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SBD Global/September 4, 2014/Leagues and Governing Bodies
American-Based Haas F1 Signs Partnership To Use Full Ferrari Power Unit
Published September 4, 2014
OPEN FOR BUSINESS: AUTOSPORT reported Honda "is open to supplying customer teams in Formula 1 from 2016, after confirming its partnership with McLaren is exclusive for just one season." The Japanese manufacturer is returning to F1 for the first time since '08, "having been attracted back thanks to the introduction of the new turbo V6 engines." Honda Motorsport Chief Yasuhisa Arai said, "In 2016 or after, if some teams or partners ask us to supply them too, we will take a look at that situation. But even in 2016, McLaren will be our main partner in F1" (AUTOSPORT, 9/1).