F1 » Honda could consider F1 return

Honda could be attracted back to F1 by new engine regulations

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cris - Unregistered

October 11, 2012 1:47 AM

A possibility given Mclaren obviously has a little friction from Mercedes. Even their latest road car is not Mercedes powered MP4-12c. It's a possibility for 2014. And in terms of development phase, The Japanese are never late, they have the samurai spirit for them to make up for.

chris - Unregistered

October 11, 2012 2:41 AM

if they do..team up with toyota joint venture!..and question is?....what engine they want to use?..toyota? or honda?..and they might consider hiring Ruben Bareillcho!.....he be happy to get back into that f1 seat!....he better than M.S!....

cknopp - Unregistered

October 11, 2012 7:14 AM

Quit motoGP over Spec ECU, join F1 which has a Spec ECU....

Regardless, they can start with the Indy engine and make changes from there. I'm sure they have about a billion kilometers out data to start with, and they already have the in house staffing.

The real question is about KERS. possibly an off the shelf Williams unit?


October 11, 2012 9:23 AM

sokudo. if honda were to come back as an engine supplier, then to be allowed, they have to provide at least two teams . of course, they could be given dispensation for the first year. however, their worldwide sales have taken a knock, so i cannot see them returning to f1 in the near future.

Mark from TO - Unregistered

October 11, 2012 6:55 PM

re: Kirkiki

Most people who watch F1 have no idea Brawn had anything to do with Honda. All they remember was the pathetic New Earth Dreams POS, and that Jenson Button won the championship in a Brawn-Mercedes car. The real winner was Ross Brawn who made over 100M selling his gutted team to Mercedes...unfortunately also to Schumacher who arrived at a team that was a shadow of it's former self and had to be totally rebuilt.

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