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Honda to Supply F1 Power Units to Red Bull Racing
June 19, 2018
TOKYO, Japan, June 19, 2018 – Honda and Red Bull Group have signed an agreement whereby Honda will enter into a partnership with Red Bull Racing to supply it with power units for two years from the start of the 2019 FIA Formula One* World Championship. This will be in addition to its current agreement with Red Bull Scuderia Toro Rosso. The two Red Bull-owned teams will run identical specification Honda Power Units.
INSIGHTS - The Power of Track Knowledge
May 11, 2018
Unlike many sports, Formula 1 rarely spends significant time in any one venue. In other team sports such as football, rugby, or baseball, there is a home stadium that sees plenty of action, while away venues are visited at least once every year. In F1, it tends to be just the latter.
FIA Formula 1 World Championship 2017 Review
Tough Season Ends With Consecutive Points Looking Forward To Next Season with New Partner
In its third McLaren-Honda season, Honda armed the team with a new concept power unit, but endured a rocky year through mechanical issues. Honda had announced mid-season that its partnership with McLaren would be dissolved, and in its place a new partnership with Toro Rosso would begin in the 2018 season. The 2017 season ended with three consecutive points finishes, and Honda vowed to make next year more successful.