Honda will return as a factory Formula One supplier in partnership with Aston Martin in 2026 when F1 introduces new engine regulations.
Even if Fernando Alonso is still with the team.
Alonso and the engine maker had a nasty split in 2015 when the Spaniard was highly critical of Honda’s F1 efforts. He drives for Aston Martin now, and the team announced on Wednesday in Tokyo that it will have a works partnership with Honda beginning with the 2026 season.
Honda was lured back into a more prominent engine role in F1 with the upcoming new regulations, which are part of F1’s goal of achieving carbon neutrality by 2030. The engines beginning in 2026 will have an engine/electric motor maximum power output ratio of 50/50 and use 100 percent sustainable fuel….
Source: The Epoch Times
FHA Floats New Program To Use Taxpayer Cash To Pay Mortgages Of Delinquent Homeowners : by Tyler Durden
YouTube Stops Censoring Content Alleging 2020 Election Misconduct : by Tyler Durden
FDA Warns Consumers Not To Use Certain Versions Of Popular Drug : by Tyler Durden