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Honda: "In that sense this is a very big loss for us"

Toyoharu Tanabe didn't expect Lewis Hamilton with a new internal combustion engine to be so fast in the Brazilian Grand Prix weekend. However we shouldn't expect that Max Verstappen will start with a new ICE for the same reason, says Tanabe. By AS-Web Tanabe was asked about the effect of Hamilton's new engine at Interlagos. "As Toto said, Mercedes' ICE is suffering from a lot of degradation and that's why they changed the part. They admit that's why we've regained some ground in terms of power. The speed of from sprint qualifying was really phenomenal and Sunday's race was also very fast." Read more Incredible performance Hamilton: 'That hardly should have made it feasible' If a...
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