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Honda: Red Bull respect us which motivates us

It’s official. 2019 will see Honda supplying two teams for the first time since returning to Formula 1, with Red Bull joining its junior team Toro Rosso as a partner. After a positive collaboration so far this season – which has already yielded a fourth position in Bahrain and more recently a strong step forward in Canada – the Toro Rosso partnership will be added to with Red Bull for 2019 and 2020. Masashi Yamamoto – General Manager of Motor Sports Division – says the time was right to commit to a collaboration. “I think now all other teams have already started the development for 2019 so we will also have to start work on the matching of the chassis and the...
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