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Honda hoping to save Verstappen's F1 engine after British GP crash

Article To news overview © Formula 1 Honda are holding out hope that the engine in Max Verstappen's Red Bull can be salvaged, though they won't know for sure until further checks in Japan are completed. The Dutchman was sent crashing into the barriers on the opening lap of the British SP after colliding with championship rival Lewis Hamilton, who came home first despite being handed a 10-second penalty. While Red Bull fear that the RB16B chassis is a write-off, Honda F1 technical director Toyoharu Tanabe is optimistic damage to the engine may be less than initially feared. "When I first saw the images of the car being lifted, I thought there was a lot of damage," said Tanabe....
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