Toto Wolff believes Mercedes, Ferrari, Renault and Honda are now all running at a similar performance amidst gains from their rivals in recent seasons
Honda had a strong pre-season testing programme, with Toyoharu Tanabe hoping to start the season next month on the front foot.
Daniil Kvyat wants more progress to be made by both Alpha Tauri and Honda in 2020 if the team want to be at the front of the ultra-tight midfield scrap.
Andy Cowell has heaped praise on Honda for their impressive development rate during the 2019 Formula 1 season.
Max Verstappen’s relationship with Honda is similar to the one they had with Ayrton Senna, according to Masashi Yamamoto.
Honda will stay in Formula 1 through 2021 with both Red Bull and Toro Rosso, but it’s long term future in the sport remains uncertain.
Red Bull boss Christian Horner believes Honda’s latest run of form is vital to keeping the Japanese manufacturer in the sport.
Toyoharu Tanabe says he does not know how or why Honda are as close to Mercedes and Ferrari as they are at this stage of the 2019 Formula 1 season.
Honda’s Masamitsu Motohashi has claimed the teams testing at the post-Bahrain Grand Prix test led to satisfactory results for the Japanese marque.
Masashi Yamamoto feels Honda has the potential to become race winners in Formula 1 again with Red Bull, and they are targeting that first triumph before the summer break in August.
Aston Martin Red Bull Racing Head of Race Engineering, Guillaume Rocquelin has lauded Honda as being “outstanding”.
Honda F1 Technical Director Toyoharu Tanabe happy with progress being made at pre-season testing.
Honda’s upgraded power unit has edged it ahead of Renault’s current spec, according to Toro Rosso’s Franz Tost.
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Despite not yet committing his future to Red Bull, Daniel Ricciardo spoke to the team about the reasons why they have opted to switch from Renault to Honda power in 2019.
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Toto Wolff believes Red Bull will continue to be competitive despite making the switch from Renault to Honda power from next season.
Despite two separate manufacturers in the Red Bull team name next year, Aston Martin has no issues about the presence of Honda despite a possible confusion of brands.