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Formula 1 Embarrasses Itself with Honda, Engine-Freeze Farce

For all the flak that Formula One's new V6 turbo power units have received over the last 12 months, they do have at least one key positive. Sure, they might not sound as ferocious as the previous V8 engines—and, indeed, as exhilarating as the V10s before them—and all the talk of motor generator units, energy stores and fuel-saving may not be everyone's idea of pure racing, but they promise to make F1 far richer. Not richer from the financial side of things, you see, but from a sporting point of view, simply by attracting more car manufacturers to the grid. Over the course of 2014, a host of big names from the world of motoring were rumoured to be considering a move into F1. BBC Sport's Andrew Benson, for instance, reported that...

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