F1 » McLaren linked to Honda F1 return


The recreation of an F1 powerhouse has been rumoured following Honda's expressed interest in the next set of engine regulations.

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Buck Bundy

March 05, 2013 3:55 PM
Last Edited 596 days ago

The last sentence almost implies Ross Brawn and Mercedes had no connection with Honda other than taking the vacant slot on the entry list!

Honda haven't had much credit for Brawn's success (the team not the man), and this sort of statement distances them even more.

oldtimer - Unregistered

March 05, 2013 4:03 PM

No great surprise that McClaren might be looking elseware for an engine supply, they have been successful partners before so a new partnership would make good sense especially as McClaren would presumably get the first call on the engines if they
go ahead. Juat have to wait and see if this is true or somebody getting the wrong end of the stick.

Phil the Fluta - Unregistered

March 05, 2013 10:17 PM

Repsol Rider the engines may be similar to the Indy engines but remember the Yanks aren't politically correct about racing, their engingines run on methanol. I suppose if they keep changing the engine regs the next step will be either diesel or Hybrid???

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