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Verstappen DNF leaves Honda unhappy despite breaking Suzuka drought

Honda remained unfulfilled despite breaking its points drought on home soil at the Japanese Grand Prix. Alexander Albon and Pierre Gasly finished fourth and eighth respectively for Red Bull and Toro Rosso, securing Honda's first points at Suzuka since returning to the sport in 2015. Article continues under video However, Max Verstappen had been forced to retire after a first-lap collision wiped out an excellent start that might have put him in podium contention. Honda's official recap labelled the race a "frustrating afternoon" and "a case of what might have been", with technical director Toyoharu Tanabe similarly regretful. He said: "We managed to get three of our...
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