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Helmut Marko makes Ferrari engine claim, reveals Honda talks

Red Bull advisor Dr Helmut Marko has revealed that he will soon be travelling to Japan to reignite talks with Japanese manufacturer Honda, with the carmaker seemingly 'interested' in returning to the sport. Honda officially pulled out of the championship at the end of last season but continues to offer Red Bull support through collaboration between the Austrians and their Honda Racing Corporation. The manufacturer continues to supply support to Red Bull due to their power units being based on the Japanese company's model; however, following the breakdown in talks between Red Bull and Porsche, Honda reportedly want back in. It appeared to the world, like Porsche would be supplying...
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