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Manufacturers sorry to see MGU-H go

Despite the issues it has caused since the new engine formula was introduced in 2014, manufacturers admit they would prefer to retain the MGU-H post-2021. Even Honda. 'We will miss the MGU-H,' said Toyoharu Tanabe, Honda F1's technical director. 'We haven't decided everything yet for 2021, but the direction from the FIA we respect, we respect the other manufacturers' direction, but we think we will miss the MGU-H, such a high pinnacle of technology for the future and relevant to the production car as well. We would like to keep that technology.' 'I share the view of Honda,' said Mercedes Andy Cowell. 'I think the MGU-H has been blamed for the lack of noise, for high complexity. 'It's been...
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