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Red Bull advisor Dr Helmut Marko says that Honda are not yet committed to Formula 1 beyond 2020.
Honda managing director, Masashi Yamamoto, has said the Japanese engine manufacturers currently have no plans to return as a factory team.
Honda have confirmed there is “no damage” to Daniil Kvyat’s engine after he came to a early stop during first practice at the Russian Grand Prix.
The Honda-powered cars of Max Verstappen, Alex Albon, Daniil Kvyat and Pierre Gasly have been handed a handicap for the Russian Grand Prix as they will take engine penalties.
Honda’s F1 technical director Toyoharu Tanabe has revealed that they can’t rule out further power cutouts for Max Verstappen.
Red Bull have every intention of continuing with Honda long-term, especially as their first season together has already yielded two race wins.
Honda have confirmed Max Verstappen will be starting the Italian Grand Prix from the back of the grid, along with former team-mate Pierre Gasly.
Honda Formula 1 technical director Toyoharu Tanabe has expressed his surprise to see Mercedes and Ferrari powered cars suffer reliability issues at Spa.
Cyril Abiteboul, Franz Tost, Otmar Szafnauer, Guenther Steiner and Toyoharu Tanabe attended Friday’s press conference at Spa.
Honda determined to close gap to front-runners in order to challenge for title.
Max Verstappen feels Red Bull’s progression with Honda is not as far along as it should be after their first half of the season together.
Honda’s Masashi Yamamoto says the first half of the 2019 season has been fruitful
Honda admit is is “very complicated” deciding when to introduce a new Spec 4 engine as it means penalties for both Red Bull and Toro Rosso.
Max Verstappen believes Honda were still hurting from the McLaren years leading to a “cautious” beginning to the Red Bull relationship in 2019.
Max Verstappen has praised Honda for the reliability they have given Red Bull, claiming it is something the team have “never had before”.
Max Verstappen has said his Honda power unit was pushed to “within the limits” to help him land a historic pole position at the Hungarian Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton is wary of the threat posed by Red Bull, who he feels boast more power than Mercedes “in some areas”.
Honda have wasted little time in firing some shots at Fernando Alonso following Max Verstappen’s epic win at the German Grand Prix.
Red Bull principal Christian Horner says their achievements with Honda in 2019 have “exceeded internal expectations”.
Dropping out of the top ten with two laps to go, Honda have revealed a “caution from our high-voltage system” prevented Toro Rosso from bringing Alex Albon in for a second pit stop.
Max Verstappen has called for Red Bull to “step up” their performance in order for the team to continue to win races.
Honda have announced their target of another engine upgrade in 2019 with focus on an improved qualifying mode.
McLaren principal Andreas Seidl doesn’t envisage new engine manufacturers joining Formula 1 with the direction of talks over 2021.
Honda are interested in joining Formula E, but describe it as “advertising using racing, rather than pure racing”.
Max Verstappen’s Austrian Grand Prix win could not have come at a better time as Honda are considering their future in Formula 1.
Watching as Honda claimed a first race win since returning to F1, McLaren team boss Andreas Seidl refused to comment on whether there is any regret over the end of that partnership.
Claiming their first F1 race win since 2006, Honda F1 technical director Toyoharu Tanabe says Max Verstappen’s Austrian GP win is a “new beginning”.
Dr Helmut Marko and Max Verstappen are both wanting to see bigger performance steps from Red Bull’s engine supplier Honda.
Toro Rosso’s Alex Albon is set to suffer a grid penalty in Austria when he takes on the Spec-3 Honda power unit.
Max Verstappen wants Red Bull to provide more grip with the RB15, and Honda to provide more power after his P4 finish at the French GP.