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Messages to Moderators leave in hereI think with that one we need Wes to assist us. I forgot earlier to thank Ruslan for suggestion to relocate thread from a racing section to Cafe, so I will do it now. We are lucky to have him.
Messages to Moderators leave in hereDate 2020.04.10 Time 7:53 (UTC) The thread has been moved from a racing section. Its purpose is, as the heading suggests, let you express on these pages what's on your mind (big thanks to Wes for allowing it). I have to thank everyone who has contributed in positive manner to earlier thread, and I have to apologies for not being able to transfer all posts. For the record, posts aren't deleted, just out of the way, so we stop adding to it. This was another thing, I could not "freeze it", but that's OK. We can carry on happily in here. I have to also thank to my partner Brad (a gentle fellow). Sakae @BradSpeedMan @Sakae
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Who is the future - the future IS Honda
It looks BAD at the moment - can`t even finish a race.
But for McLaren to walk away NOW would be a WASTE
Honda are not in F1 to promote a fizzy drink - Honda R IN F1 to WIN
It HAS taken Honda 2/3 years to get this far with McLaren.
To walk away from Honda with NOTHING would have wasted the last 2/3 years
Honda ARE showing real progress, even before the Sauber supply deal is implemented.
Honda previously could NOT even get to the LAST few laps.
That IS progress.
Mclaren ARE obviously in F1 for the long-term.
Honda HOPE to be in F1 for the long-term - that is Y they WILL supply Sauber in 2018
A Mercedes CUSTOMER would be a BACKWARDS step for McLaren.
A Mercedes CUSTOMER would be a short term solution, NOT a long-term
All articles I've read claim, that it is McLaren who wants divorce from Honda. Whether that is good or bad decision I think we need to leave to them. Honda of course knows more than we on the outside do, and maybe not to be left hanging dry, they do seek collaboration with Sauber.
On the second point, I am not sure what McLaren wants to do, but rumor has it, that they want to move into Indy business. Whether they will continue to race in F1 after year 2019 they had not confirmed yet.
Did you quite from the forum?