Their agreement to build engines was good up to 2022, then the intent was to have Red Bull take over the engine (PU) manufacturing. But then Red Bull went and won the 2021 (and 2022) championship, so Honda is rethinking their entry since winning = money. I'm glad to see it, the more engine manufacturers the better. Get BMW-Cosworth back in the mix while they're at it. I was really hoping that the McLaren-Honda would have a potent weapon, but there were a whole bunch of issues going on there, which I think have been brought up earlier in the thread? If not, short version is Honda wanted to build a reliable yet power PU, but McLaren constrained Honda to using a specific shape. Honda relented, but couldn't build the engine to their liking, and sacrificed reliability, which we all saw. When that partnership ended Honda had the opportunity to build a PU to their own specs, and fit the car around it. We've seen those results.What the fuck is Honda doing. I thought they have spent the last 3 years trying to get out of f1
It really reminds me of the 2008 and 2009 Renault ING sponsored cars.While I do understand the design intentions behind the McLaren livery this weekend, it still doesn't mean it looks good
Throwing this under a spoiler tag, out of courtesy. For those that haven't watched the race, WTF?Man what where some of these teams thinking with the tire changes?