Honda to continue in F1 after Red Bull, Toro Rosso deal renewals

Honda will continue to provide motors into the new age of 2021 of Formula 1 after expanding their bargains.
New from the manufacturers third win of the year with Red Bull in Brazil – a race where Toro Rosso also finished second – that the manufacturer has confirmed one-year extensions with both groups.
Honda has been known to be mulling its F1 future in recent months before the sport launch in 2021, when technical and sporting regulations are being introduced to reduce costs and make the sport more competitive.
The V6 turbo engines are remaining in position.
Honda season with Red Bull has shown that the success with the partnership making strides in search reliability and engine strength relative to Ferrari and Mercedes and winning races in Brazil, Germany and Austria.
The outcomes are a far cry from the unfortunate sin with McLaren in 2015-2017 of Honda. Returning to F1 after six months away, the McLaren-Honda partnership failed to triumph with the versions of the latter turbo engine proving undependable and uncompetitive.
A split two years ago watched Honda initially team up before adding the team this year in effective works standing.
The GP was the very first time Honda-engined automobiles had ended in the first and second places of a race since 1991.
More to follow…
The final race of this 2019 season occurs in Abu Dhabi that weekend, and will probably be live on Sky Sports F1.

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