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Turkey, you could say the same for Honda may be Toyota but then there was the financial crisis, I don’t think so.
Both Honda and Toyota are said to have had unlimited budgets and most probably resources believed to be the biggest or at least the biggest in F1.
At least in the V10 era they had the most powerful engines they both were alternating top spot as regards HP outputs with BMW.
But the three of them got nowhere with having the most powerful engine at any one time during the V10 era because on the car design side the three of them were missing that important thing called Ross Brawn/Adrian Newey.
An example is what turned out to be the Brawn 01 and the RBR of last year.
I will put it at, they really shaped their own disteny.
It doesn't looks like Mercedes have any links missing.