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Honda: 'Full support to make these machines the fastest in the world'

After an uncertain period for Honda, it has been announced before the Japanese GP weekend that the Japanese engine manufacturer will strengthen ties with the Red Bull Group. Honda will again be visible on the AlphaTauris and on the Red Bulls. Article continues under ad Following the collapse of the deal between Red Bull and Porsche, Honda has been particularly quick to re-establish ties with Red Bull. The Japanese engine manufacturer had just pulled out of Formula 1 as of this year. Behind the scenes, the partnership remained, but officially Honda was no longer supplying engines to AlphaTauri and Red Bull. Read more Proud Marko enthusiastic about deal: 'Achieved great successes together'...
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