Sport "Motors Stable": Why Red Bull No Motor Change More Plant
Honda thinks about re-entry into F1 after
© Motorsport Images Full completed Honda Formula 1 in the future not In October 2020 Honda announced its withdrawal from Formula 1 at the end of this season. Disappear but the motor manufacturer is not, but continues to work with Red Bull, albeit on a smaller scale. "I find it disappointing that we withdraw," said Masashi Yamamoto, managing director of the Formula 1 program from Honda, opposite the Dutch publication 'Formule 1'.
Mercedes has changed the engine at Lewis Hamilton in the Formula 1 season 2021: In Istanbul, the first new burner was pulled in the pool, in Sao Paulo the second. Red Bull has changed only once at max. In Sochi, that engine was new to the quota that had to replace the accident engine of Silverstone.
Both at Mercedes and Red Bull are now no longer planned further engine changes. Mercedes has announced to drive in Saudi Arabia with the Brazil engine. Whether in Abu Dhabi then the Brazil or Turkey engine is used, which is currently not known at least outside the team.
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assumes that there is no unexpected defect, Red Bull will definitely come to an end with the current quota. The reason for this is simple: While in Mercedes the performance difference between a fresh engine and one at the end of its life is relatively large, the Honda engines lose less performance during their lifetime.
The question of 'sky', whether you are still a change of engine change, answered Helmut Marko with a very clear "no", because: "We are not confronted by Honda with such fluctuations. Our engines are stable. There is the fluctuation width within Of half a percent, and not like Mercedes, where it makes up almost two percent. "
By the way: a tabular overview, which driver in the Formula 1 season 2021 has so far changed which components, there are on Motorsport.com under bit.ly/ motor penalties.
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Daniel Ricciardo has opened up on his relationship with former teammate Max Verstappen in trademark fashion.Never far away from more banter or an outlandishly energetic remark, Ricciardo joked that until he retires from Formula 1 he'll "always believe (he's) the best".