The Japanese publication Nikkei claims that Honda is close to announcing its return to Formula One, of course as a supplier of engines to the McLaren team. The cooperation is expected to start with the 2015 season, and this is expected to be officially confirmed in the near future.
McLaren's contract with Mercedes expires at the end of next season, so there has been speculation for a long time about reuniting the once invincible combination of McLaren Honda.
Honda first entered Formula One as early as 1960, and by far the most resounding achievements date back to the period between 1988 and 1992, when they worked with McLarn. During this time, the partnership has yielded four world championship titles, both racing and construction, and as many as 44 races.
The new rules are expected to be more environmentally friendly, and engine manufacturers will be able to transfer Formula One technology to their future road car projects, a factor that will drive Honda's decision to return to the sport, which it hastily abandoned at the end of the 2008 season.
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