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Honda sees 'big advantage' in Toro Rosso using Red Bull rear end

Honda technical director Toyoharu Tanabe says the fact that Toro Rosso will use the same drive train as Red Bull Racing in 2019 will provide the Japanese manufacturer with a significant benefit. The Faenza-based squad laid the groundwork for the senior bull outfit in 2018 by putting Honda's power unit to the test ahead of the Milton Keynes team's own adoption of the engine. With both teams now supplied by Honda, Toro Rosso will receive its complete rear end design from Red Bull Racing's engineers this season, and the common componentry will make Honda's life much easier according to Tanabe-san. Honda development with Red Bull hits a snag… already! "I think it’s a big...
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