Honda Motor Co., Ltd. has released the first
picture of their 2016 F1 power unit which they are still developing for McLaren
for the upcoming FIA Formula One (F1) World Championship next year.
Honda had offered a preview of their F1
power unit in the form of a clip including the sound of the engine during the
2014 Japanese Grand Prix.
Yasuhisa Arai, Senior Managing Officer of
Honda R&D Co., Ltd. Id heading the F1 Project said that the company is
working toward Honda's F1 participation starting in the 2015 season, and the
development of the power unit is entering its prime phase at Honda’s R&D
facility in Sakura (Tochigi, Japan),
In addition to conducting simulations,
Yasuhisa Arai state that Honda have moved onto the next stage where
full-fledged bench tests of the engine will be conducted while connecting the
turbocharger and energy recovery systems as Honda’s racing operation base in
Milton Keynes, United Kingdom, has become fully operational.
For more update on Honda’s F1 Engine
development, watch this space.
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