Honda Is Coming Back To Formula One With Aston Martin

One of the most renowned names ever to be part of the Formula One world, Honda, is all set to make a comeback. The Japanese firm has entered into a works partnership with the Aston Martin Aramco Cognizant Formula One Team to supply compliant power units in the 2026 season. That’s the season when Formula One will enforce new regulations regarding the power unit, with an engine/electric motor maximum power output ratio of 50/50. That means that those propulsion systems will feature a significant increase in electrical power compared to the current balance. More specifically, the 2026 regulations require a reduction of engine output while increasing the out of the energy recovery system (ERS) by three times. Also, teams must use 100% sustainable fuel to power their F1 car’s internal combustion engine.

A Juicy Update On 2023 Gulf Historic Dubai GP Revival

For those unaware, the Gulf Historic Dubai GP Revival is a racing event that sees legendary cars from the motorsport history books compete. Several icons have already been confirmed for this year’s edition, including Williams FW07C and Tyrell 08. However, the new update confirms the entry for five more icons – Fittipaldi F8, March 821, Nissan NPT-90, Toyota 86C and Chrysler Viper GTS-R. Each one has a different tale. For instance, the F8 was named after and driven for the first time by the two-time Formula One World Champion – Emerson Fittipaldi. Similarly, the NPT-80 won the IMSA GP Championship two years in a row (1990 and 1991).

Maserati MSG Racing completes first race of Formula E’s Gen3 era

Maserati MSG Racing kicked off their debut Formula E season at Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez, with the Italian team narrowly missing out on a top-10 spot at the Mexico City E-Prix. The race saw the Maserati MSG Racing drivers recover from starting position of P16 and P17, with German driver Maximilian Günther managing a P11 by the end of the final lap. Teammate Edoardo Mortara faced an unfortunate spin and collision, forcing him to retire early. Giovanni Sgro, Head of Maserati Corse, said, “Maserati is back to racing and although the result was not what we were hoping for, it still made the Mexico City E-Prix exciting and memorable for all of us

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