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Honda chief is proud: 'Don't know if I'll smile or cry'

The Abu Dhabi Grand Prix will be the last Formula 1 race for Honda (for now). Masashi Yamamoto, director of Honda, is however proud of what his team has achieved in recent years. It has been a long road for Honda to get to where they are today. The Japanese manufacturer stepped in a year late with the hybrid engine and started off with a big gap to the competition as a result. The setbacks have been mounting, but that only makes Yamamoto even prouder now, on the eve of the title fight in the final race. Read more The stewards should make that clear to Hamilton and Verstappen beforehand'. Dream of Honda ''Honda returned to Formula 1 in 2015 and the project did not always go smoothly, with...
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