In the round-up: Honda’s F1 operation unaffected as cyber-attack hits company • Mercedes “learned a lot” in test – Bottas • ‘Get rid of confederate flags’, NASCAR driver tells series
Ayrton Senna was persuaded by Honda to turn down a contract to drive for Williams in 1992 shortly before the Japanese manufacturer pulled out of Formula 1.
Honda says it is in stronger shape for the 2020 F1 season and is ready to support Max Verstappen’s bid to win the world championship with Red Bull.
In the round-up: Verstappen “very confident” in Honda’s progress after first test • Chilton: Indy 500 driving standards are better • Carlin reveals F3 line-up
AlphaTauri team principal Franz Tost says Honda has made “big progress” and targeted a top five finish in the constructors’ championship for his team.
Honda’s jet engine division HondaJet helped to solve a major reliability problem which had plagued its Formula 1 power unit during their three-year spell with McLaren.
In the round-up: Honda’s Guerrieri “robbed of title” in controversial WTCR finale • Hamilton voted top driver by 15 rivals • Red Bull deal possible for Yamamoto
The low-key announcement of a short-term Honda deal extension for Red Bull should set alarm bells ringing for driver who won three races for them in 2019.
As Red Bull announce a new deal to continue using Honda power units in 2021, RaceFans speaks exclusively to team principal Christian Horner.
New deals for Red Bull and Toro Rosso will see both teams continue to use Honda power next year.
Max Verstappen drove a special piece of Honda’s Formula 1 heritage ahead of the Japanese Grand Prix weekend.
Max Verstappen met with senior management from Red Bull and Honda at the Hungarian Grand Prix to discuss the Japanese manufacturer’s plans for the future of its F1 programme.
Honda has no plans to revive its Formula 1 factory team under the new budget cap rules due to arrive after next season.
When Mercedes finally stumbled it wasn’t Ferrari who picked up the pieces, but Red Bull. Craig Scarborough analyses the RB15 innovations behind their home win.
In the round-up: Hamilton pleased by Honda win after “seriously miserable” return • Mercedes explain why Hamilton didn’t make fastest lap bid • Codemasters delay Grid
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner praised power unit supplier Honda’s “real dedication and determination” after scoring the first win since their return to F1 four years ago.
Honda F1 technical director Toyoharu Tanabe said the engine manufacturer’s first victory since returning to F1 four years ago felt “like a new beginning” for them.