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Technical director Toyoharu Tanabe has revealed some of the upgrades Honda have introduced ahead of the 2021 season.
Red Bull’s place on the 2022 grid is secure with the team confirming it has reached an agreement with Honda to take over its F1 engines.
Formula 1’s decision to freeze engine development means Red Bull’s agreement to take over Honda’s engines will be completed in the ‘coming days’.
Red Bull and Honda may have come to an agreement over their post-2021 plans, but Audi interest did not make the talks go smoothly.
This year is Honda’s last as a Formula 1 engine supplier but that doesn’t mean the Japanese company is taking its foot off the gas.
Honda motorsport boss Masashi Yamamoto can’t wait to see Yuki Tsunoda in Formula 1 action and fulfill Honda’s “long-cherished wish”.
Honda F1 technical director Toyoharu Tanabe admits that the Japanese manufacturer fell short of their expectations in 2020.
Red Bull appear hopeful of being able to keep hold of a Honda engine even after the Japanese manufacturer leave Formula 1 in 2021.
Formula 1 chief Casey Carey believes Honda’s decision to withdraw from Formula 1 is down to financial pressure.
Christian Horner says taking on Honda’s IP is the “only” real engine option for Red Bull but that it would depend on F1 freezing engine development.
Haas team boss Guenther Steiner says Formula 1 is “very good at forgetting very quick”, but Honda reminded the sport of its flaws.
Pierre Gasly firmly believes that Honda could have found themselves fighting for Championships if they had have continued in Formula 1.
Red Bull boss Christian Horner says Formula 1 must take Honda’s upcoming exit as a “wake-up call” over the current engines.
Honda have pulled the plug on their Formula 1 operations from 2021, but explained why they won’t do the same with IndyCar.
Dr Helmut Marko has stated it is Red Bull’s intention to take over Honda’s intellectual property, but need urgent answers from the FIA first.
Ross Brawn is “optimistic” that Formula 1 has not seen the last of Honda following their decision to leave at the end of next year.
Honda’s decision to leave Formula 1 won’t affect Yuki Tsunoda’s chances of securing a F1 promotion with AlphaTauri, says Franz Tost.
Technical director Toyoharu Tanabe says that Honda’s Formula 1 department is sad about the manufacturer’s decision to leave the sport.
Renault boss, Cyril Abiteboul, has said the team are taking “no satisfaction” over Honda deciding to leave Formula 1 at the end of 2021.
Honda are open to helping Red Bull beyond 2021 in developing its own engine that would be based on the Honda power unit.
AlphaTauri duo, Pierre Gasly and Daniil Kvyat, have expressed their sadness over Honda’s decision to leave Formula 1 again.
Honda’s announcement about leaving Formula 1 again came to a shock to many, but it certainly didn’t to Red Bull.
With Honda bidding farewell (again) to Formula 1, what a fitting way to mark it with a good, old-fashioned quiz for you.
While Honda are preparing for their latest Formula 1 exit, they have announced that they are continuing on with IndyCar.
Formula E’s founder has denied that Honda’s withdrawal from Formula 1 at the end of 2021 is a boost for his series.
Dutch racing driver Tom Coronel has compared Honda’s decision to quit Formula 1 at the end of 2021 to dumping Red Bull at the altar.
Franz Tost says it is “unfortunate” that Honda have decided to quit Formula 1 at a time when the Japanese manufacturer’s engine is on the up.
Red Bull has said they are still fully committed to Formula 1 despite engine partners Honda announcing they are leaving the sport.
Japanese engine manufacturer Honda has officially announced they are leaving Formula 1 at the end of the 2021 season.
Red Bull principal Christian Horner believes Mercedes’ straight-line speed advantage over his team was “skewed” by the Sochi Autodrom.