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Yusuke Hasegawa replaced in Honda F1 reshuffle

Honda will implement a new management structure for its Formula 1 programme in 2018, with current project leader Yusuke Hasegawa moved to a different role at the organisation. Hasegawa was appointed to the role of Head of F1 Project at the start of 2016, replacing Yasuhisa Arai, as Honda sought to turn around its fortunes after a dismal 2015 campaign. McLaren-Honda made gains through 2016, improving from ninth to sixth overall, but the Japanese marque opted to revise its power unit concept for 2017, believing its new approach to hold greater long-term potential. However, it was beset by early reliability and performance issues, ultimately prompting McLaren to ditch Honda for 2018 in favour...
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