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The secrets of Honda's 'smaller than size zero' 2021 F1 engine

Creator: THE RACE    Category: Sport    Added: 23 Mar 2021

Honda infamously returned to F1 in 2015 with McLaren boasting about its 'size zero' packaging - a demand from the team that made the Japanese manufacturer's comeback much more difficult than it should have been. After those early failings Honda abandoned the idea with an engine revamp for 2017, but four years later it is now capable of producing an even tighter package than the one it failed to get results from with McLaren. Scott Mitchell explains how it achieved that, why it's a different attempt this time around, and what else we've uncovered about the engine that Honda is hoping will allow it to bow out of F1 in style in 2021.

How Honda made its engine smaller than size zero

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