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Honda assessing whether Verstappen's PU salvageable

Honda is assessing whether any components from Max Verstappen’s power unit are salvageable in the wake of his high-speed crash at Formula 1’s British Grand Prix. Verstappen suffered a 51G impact with the barriers at Copse corner after tangling with Lewis Hamilton on the opening lap at Silverstone. Formula 1’s power unit is made up […]
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