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Honda ‘must do better’ upon expanding engine supply

Honda motorsport general manager Masahasi Yamamoto says the Japanese manufacturer “must do better” in 2019 upon its expansion to a two-team supply in Formula 1. 2018 marked Honda’s most stable season since returning to F1 three years ago as it made rapid progress across the course of the year with new team partner, Toro Rosso. 5774263478001 CrashTV:  The Toro Rosso partnership laid the foundations for Honda to strike a deal with its senior team, Red Bull, for 2019. It will be the first year in which Honda has supplied multiple F1 teams since 2008. Reflecting on the 2018 season, while Yamamoto identified plenty of positives to take out of the burgeoning partnership with Toro...
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