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Honda believe that Germany podium was karma for Toro Rosso's sacrifice

Honda's Masashi Yamamoto believes that Toro Rosso's podium finish in Germany was a reward for the help that they gave Honda during the 2018 season. Toro Rosso's results and relationships with the engine manufacturer played a massive part in Red Bull partnering with them and it seems that they are very grateful to the junior team for that.   "Kvyat in third was a very big thing for us because we were improving together last year, with some struggles as well," Honda's F1 managing director Masashi Yamamoto told Autosport. "We made a big effort to improve together with Toro Rosso as a team. "That was only the second time for Toro Rosso as well, since [Sebastian]...
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