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Hasegawa: Honda now approaching ‘decent level'

Honda F1 boss Yusuke Hasegawa has been encouraged by McLaren's performance in Brazil and believes the engine manufacturer are continuing to head in the right direction. McLaren and Honda are preparing for their final race together before the divorce goes through, with McLaren joining forces with Renault and Honda linking up with Toro Rosso. And as the two parties get ready to go their separate ways, Hasegawa is feeling positive that Honda are beginning to overcome the problems that has blighted their three-year relationship. 'Since Monza, our package and engine performance is almost at a decent level,' Hasegawa told Motorsport.com. 'We could maximise the current engine performance in...
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