Aston Martin team principal Mike Krack says he shares Christian Horner’s concerns over the 2026 power unit regulations.
F1’s increasing popularity in North America contributed to Honda’s decision to return to the world championship, the brand has revealed.
Honda’s CEO said the company had “harsh feedback” over its decision to split from Red Bull. Does their sudden U-turn show the critics were right all along?
Why is Honda returning to Formula 1 a year and a half after it left, and will its brief absence hurt its chances in the 2026 development race?
Honda said they are prepared to reunite with Aston Martin driver Fernando Alonso after announcing a deal to supply the team’s engines from 2026.
Honda has confirmed it will return to Formula 1 in 2026 as power unit manufacturer, supplying engines to current Mercedes customer Aston Martin.
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Honda does not believe it has missed an opportunity after champions Red Bull confirmed they will switch to Ford power units in 2026.
“Multiple teams” approached Honda about using the power units they have expressed interest in producing for 2026.
The FIA has confirmed six engine manufacturers have signed up to produce power units for the forthcoming set of regulations which will arrive in 2026.
Honda Racing Corporation, which has a technical partnership with Red Bull, has registered with the FIA to enter the 2026 Formula 1 season as a power unit supplier.
Honda’s logos will reappear on Red Bull and AlphaTauri’s cars for the rest of 2022, starting with this weekend’s Japanese GP at Suzuka
The row over Formula 1’s budget cap may dominate a weekend when Max Verstappen can clinch his second world championship.
Honda’s engines have won more than half of the Formula 1 races which have been held since the manufacturer announced its plans to leave the series.
Sergio Perez says his retirement in the Canadian Grand Prix “hurts a lot” as it has cost him in the championship fight.
Yuki Tsunoda will start the Canadian Grand Prix from the back of the grid after incurring penalties for exceeding his allocation of power unit parts.
Honda will again sponsor the Japanese Grand Prix, held at the company’s Suzuka track, which is celebrating its 60th anniversary.
Honda’s fourth and possibly final spell as a Formula 1 manufacturer ended in a triumph which looked unlikely when it struggled on its return to the sport in 2015.
Will a gripping year of racing between Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton come to a spectacular conclusion at Yas Marina – or does yet more controversy lie in store?
The last time Honda left F1 they left behind a championship-winning car. Why are they once again heading for the exit just as things are coming good?