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As Formula 1 prepares for a season with fewer penalty-free engine parts, Franz Tost admits it could be a “headache” for Toro Rosso and new engine partner Honda.
Pierre Gasly is hoping Honda come out of the starting blocks with a reliable engine as the teams have just eight days of pre-season testing in order to get up to speed for 2018.
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Red Bull motorsport advisor Dr Helmut Marko thinks Toro Rosso and Honda could gel together quicker than expected and spring a surprise in 2018.
The ink has barely dried on their divorce papers, but McLaren would happily return to Honda in the future and race with them again.
Toro Rosso’s technical boss James Key has spoken about the challenges the team has faced in implementing the Honda engine ahead of the 2018 season.
McLaren racing director Eric Boullier has said that he feared a staff exodus at the team as their struggles with Honda continued to worsen.
McLaren boss Zak Brown has conceded that their former engine suppliers Honda did stop the team from attracting new sponsorship deals.
Honda have announced that Yusuke Hasegawa will be leaving his role as Formula 1 chief and taking up a new position on January 1.
Entering a new partnership with Toro Ross, Honda’s F1 chief Yusuke Hasegawa believes it will yield a more “equal partnership” than what they experienced with McLaren.
Red Bull are working with Honda to make them a “competitive package” with Toro Rosso; that’s according to Helmut Marko.
Honda motorsport boss Yusuke Hasegawa has said the Japanese manufacturer will be in a more “equal relationship” with Toro Rosso rather than following orders like they did at McLaren.
A disinterested Fernando Alonso was not particularly forthcoming about his good memories involving McLaren-Honda as they prepare to close the final chapter in the relationship.
Honda F1 boss Yusuke Hasegawa is hoping to end “on a high” with McLaren as the two parties prepare to go their separate ways after the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
Honda F1 boss Yusuke Hasegawa has been encouraged by McLaren’s performance in Brazil and believes the engine manufacturer are continuing to head in the right direction.
Fernando Alonso warned Toro Rosso about what is coming their way next season after once again criticising the lack of power in the Honda engine.
Fernando Alonso says he is likely to start the Mexican Grand Prix from the back of the grid after an engine issue put him out of the United States GP.
Fernando Alonso is set to join Stoffel Vandoorne in having the latest Honda engine fitted following his DNF at the United States Grand Prix.
Honda’s F1 chief Yusuke Hasegawa says the Japanese company’s decision to add more engineers and replace others has resulted in better reliability.
McLaren co-owner Mansour Ojjeh has likened the Woking team’s split from Honda to “irreconcilable differences in a marriage.”
Honda F1 boss Yusuke Hasegawa has said there are people within the team who have not been impressed with Fernando Alonso’s attitude – but he can personally understand his frustrations.
Honda’s F1 chief Yusuke Hasegawa acknowledges that their 2018 partnership with Toro Rosso will mean less pressure, at least from the outside.
Honda F1 boss Yusuke Hasegawa believes the Japanese manufacturer are getting “very close” to matching Renault in terms of engine power.
Honda would rather Pierre Gasly contest the United States GP than challenge for the Super Formula title even though it means they’ll lose it to Toyota.