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Honda set their sights on home-race at Suzuka after 'improvement' in 2019

Honda have set their sights firmly on improving their power unit once again this season at their home-race with the Japanese Grand Prix not too far on the horizon. With Honda teaming up with Red Bull this season after a successful trial period with their sister-team Toro Rosso, the Japanese manufacturer has managed to help the team win two races with Max Verstappen successful in Austria and Germany. With the home race of Honda right around the corner, the engine supplier have their eyes firmly focussed on improving the car for the race at Suzuka. Read more Honda explain Max Verstappen's engine failure Red Bull impressed with 'noticeably better' fourth spec Honda engine New Honda engine is...
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