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Max's feedback was key to Honda development

Honda F1 boss Masashi Yamamoto lauded the feedback of Max Verstappen in helping them develop over their time working together. Honda struggled in their early days after returning to Formula 1, having been widely criticised for their lack of power while supplying McLaren with their power units – culminating in Fernando Alonso's infamous frustrated 'GP2 engine' dig against them. But Honda improved year on year and their partnership with Red Bull saw them power the Dutchman to his first World Championship – but they said Verstappen's assessments of their work helped 'accelerate our development' of their power units. 'There is no point in saying anything about his performance, it...
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