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well now, it would be very silly to design and build a car to the new rules, to suit the new merc engine, and then to switch to another. so i reckon that they will stay with the merc engine for at least three years.
all of the new engines will be providing the same power, so only financial matters will force a change. but there again, the engine manufacturers are required to supply engines at a max figure, so the only way that honda (i presume that you are hinting a them) would become a macca engine supplier, would be a partnership , with engines being provided for nowt.