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Honda CEO: 'I want to win the championship with Red Bull next year!'

Honda CEO Takahiro Hachigo wants to win the Formula 1 championship with Red Bull Racing next season. Honda have had a really solid season but will still need to develop if they are to match the power and reliability of Mercedes and Ferrari.  "After our return to Formula 1 in 2015, we had four difficult years. That hurt us a lot," said Hachigo. "This year we won our first victory at the Austrian Grand Prix. I am really very happy with this result. In Germany, another victory was added, while Kvyat managed to become third there." Read more Michael Schumacher's wife on the F1 legend: 'He is in the very best of hands' Hachigo is grateful for the fans support over...
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