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Honda Opens Door for Max Verstappen Move to Aston Martin

Honda has indicated a possible future collaboration with Max Verstappen at Aston Martin, an F1 team they will begin supplying engines to starting in 2026. This potential move comes after a successful partnership with Red Bull, which began in 2019 and led to Honda being a key factor in Red Bull's championship victories, especially noticeable during the intense 2021 season against Lewis Hamilton. Honda's association with Red Bull has already yielded three world championships for Verstappen, with predictions favoring further success in 2024 and 2025. Despite exiting Formula 1 ahead of the 2021 season, Honda was drawn back into the sport with the introduction of new engine regulations set for...
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