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Honda to switch focus to power unit output

Honda Formula 1 chief Masashi Yamamoto says they will now focus on increasing their power output with reliability in the bag. Honda returned to the sport in 2015 with McLaren, but their three-year stint with the British team was marred by woeful reliability and a serious lack of power. An improvement was seen in the reliability of their power unit in 2018 as they linked up with Toro Rosso, and after expanding to their senior team Red Bull as well from this season, those reliability issues appear to be long gone. However, if the Japanese manufacturer want to return to the summit of Formula 1 with Red Bull, they will need to find more power with Mercedes and Ferrari still enjoying a distinct...
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