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Honda to withdraw from Formula One at end of 2021 season

Honda (HMC) will withdraw from Formula One (FWONA) at the end of the 2021 season as it shifts to a goal of carbon neutrality.Honda supplies engines to Red Bull Racing and Scuderia AlphaTauri.In its statement, HMC noted: “Toward this end, Honda needs to funnel its corporate resources in research and...

Seeking Alpha | October 2, 2020

Sayonara, F1: Japanese engine giant Honda announces Formula 1 departure after 2021 season

One of the most prominent engine manufacturers in Formula 1, Honda, has sensationally announced its decision to end its participation in F1 from the end of the 2021 season to focus on zero-emission technology. Read Full Article at

Russia Today | October 2, 2020

Formula One: Honda to withdraw from 2021 as industry moves away from internal combustion engines

The Red Bull and Alpha Tauri teams use power units made by the Japanese manufacturer.

Scroll | October 2, 2020

Honda leaving Formula One to concentrate on zero-emission cars

Honda will divert its Formula One investment to battery and fuel-cell electric vehicle development.

Fox News | October 2, 2020

Honda stun F1 and Red Bull by saying 2021 season will be their last

Engine supplier more interested in carbon-neutral market Red Bull face a struggle to find a competitive alternative Honda, which supplies engines to Red Bull and AlphaTauri, has announced it is to pull out of Formula One at the end of 2021 in a major shock which carries weighty ramifications for both Red Bull and the sport. Only three engine manufacturers remain in F1 and Red Bull face limited options in engine supply, while the sport must now consider which direction it takes in power units to ensure its future. Honda returned to Formula One in 2015 with McLaren and endured three difficult years during which their engine was well off the pace. When McLaren dropped them they supplied Toro Rosso for one year in 2018 and Red Bull took them on as a works partner in 2019, since when they ha...

The Guardian | October 2, 2020

Red Bull respect Honda's decision to quit F1, says Horner | October 2, 2020

Honda to withdraw from Formula 1 at end of 2021 to attain carbon neutrality

Honda is the engine supplier for the Red Bull and AlphaTauri teams. It had resumed competition in F1 in 2015.

Business Standard | October 2, 2020

Strong September Sales for Honda and Acura Adds to Momentum Gained in 3rd Quarter

TORRANCE, Calif., Oct. 1, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- American Honda Honda Acura Total Cars Trucks Total Cars Trucks Total Cars Trucks Q3 388,433 156,266 232,167 39,664 10,047 29,617 348,769 146,219 202,550 -9.5% -17.6% -3.1% +1.6% +3.9% +0.8% -10.6% -18.8% -3.1% Total Cars Trucks Total Cars…

PR Newswire | October 1, 2020

Honda Performance Development Names David Salters President

SANTA CLARITA, Calif., Sept. 30, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Honda Performance Development (HPD), which leads all Honda and Acura high-performance racing programs in North America, today announced that David Salters will become the seventh president in its history, succeeding Ted Klaus, who will…

PR Newswire | September 30, 2020

Honda H’ness CB350 vs Royal Enfield Classic 350/Bullet 350: Engine, features, price

Honda H'ness CB350 vs Royal Enfield Classic 350: Honda's latest model in the 350-500cc motorcycle segment takes the competition directly to Royal Enfield 350cc classic motorcycles which have dominated the segment for long.

The Financial Express | September 30, 2020

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