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Horner responds to rumours that Honda could make F1 comeback

Article To news overview © Honda F1 Christian Horner has responded to rumours that Honda, who made the decision to leave F1 at the end of 2021, could be planning a return. Horner's team still use Honda engines thanks to a parting agreement that has resulted in the Japanese car company supplying power units to the team until the end of the 2025 season. In the meantime, Red Bull are gearing up to build their own engines for the 2026 season with progress being made at their new Powertrains facility in Milton Keynes. "We opened the Red Bull powertrain building earlier this week, so some of the staff moved into the building," revealed Horner, speaking to select members of the media,...
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