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‘Honda will match Merc and Ferrari power in 2020'

Red Bull 'won't be third' next year as Honda will match Mercedes and Ferrari's power levels 'consistently', according to Helmut Marko. The Milton Keynes squad have finished third behind Merc and Ferrari the past three seasons while you have to go back to the 2013 season for the last time they tasted title success. Although they have not been able to match the two front runners regularly this campaign, Red Bull and Honda have made progress as they managed to win two races and also picked up four podiums. With Honda expected to take another big step forward in terms of engine performance next year, Red Bull advisor Marko is expecting big things in 2020. 'From the chassis side I think we will...
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