Report links Ford with F1 turbo era return

Speed Week has named Ford as a potential candidate to return to Formula 1 after the new V6 trubo engine rules become de rigeur in 2014. Honda, having pulled out at the end of 2008, has already announced its...
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Mercedes confirms Williams engine negotiations

2014 prototype Mercedes F1 turbo engine Mercedes motorsport boss Toto Wolff has confirmed reports that talks are underway with Williams about the supply of turbo engines in 2014. Widespread and...
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McLaren set to be only Honda powered team in 2015

McLaren looks set to be the only Honda powered team in 2015, the second year of the new turbo era that gets underway in next year. The British team is already signed up to be Japanese carmaker's 'works'...
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Button not committing to McLaren's Honda era

Jenson Buttons Jenson Button on Wednesday avoided making long term commitment to McLaren for the team's second Honda era beginning in 2015. Team boss Martin Whitmarsh this week said he is happy with...

GPI #72

McLaren Honda. Two words that conjure some of the finest memories in the history of Formula 1. Forever connected to the Ayrton Senna legacy, a powerhouse partnership is set to resume in 2015. This issue has it all covered, plus we have: a preview of F1’s annual street fight, Whitmarsh under pressure, Mercedes thinking outside the box, Ecclestone innocent and the ongoing tyres debate. Enjoy!
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McLaren boss happy with Perez and Button

Jenson Button and Sergio Perez with Martin Whitmarsh McLaren is not looking to change its driver lineup any time soon, team boss Martin Whitmarsh revealed this week. The Woking based team is happy with the...
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Whitmarsh denies Honda factor in Lowe release

Paddy Lowe with Sam Michael and Martin Whitmarsh McLaren played down reports linking its new Honda engine deal with Paddy Lowe's early release to Mercedes. British broadcaster James Allen claimed McLaren's...