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Honda: "Hamilton has been lucky a few times and this was one of them"

Max Verstappen 's world title means Honda has ended its time in Formula 1 on a high. The Japanese engine manufacturer is not completely absent: Red Bull Racing can continue to count on support for the development of its own engine project, Red Bull Powertrains. Masashi Yamamoto, General Manager of Honda, looks back on the exciting last season of the engine supplier in the premier class of motor racing. The first race weekend of the year in Bahrain showed that Red Bull had a very competitive car, something that surprised friend and foe alike. Verstappen was immediately competing with Lewis Hamilton for the win in that race, but after his overtaking manoeuvre he had to give the spot back due...
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