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Hasegawa: Next year we must be better than Renault

Pride will be at stake next year when Honda begins a new era in Formula 1 by powering Too Rosso, ending three turbulent and disappointing years with McLaren which has prompted the Japanese manufacturer's chief Yusuke Hasegawa to set Renault as the engine to beat next year without discounting a challenge to the top two – Mercedes and Ferrari. Speaking to El Mundo Deportivo, Hasegawa declared, 'We have been reducing the gap to our rivals, even if we are not close enough yet. We hope to progress even more during the winter.' McLaren ditched Honda after three years at the wrong end of the grid and plagued by bad reliability from the Japanese power units. Their star driver Fernando Alonso...
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