2016 F1

Honda dismissed 220hp power boost reports

Honda dismissed 220hp power boost reports

Honda dismissed 220hp power boost reports

Honda has dismissed speculation it has found more than a whopping 220 horse power over the winter break.

Earlier, the Spanish sports daily AS claimed McLaren’s works engine partner had closed the gap to the leading manufacturers for 2016 by improving the internal combustion engine and troublesome energy recovery systems.

“Sakura, the Honda factory in Japan, has worked 24 hour shifts without Christmas holidays,” correspondent Manuel Franco wrote.

But Honda told Britain’s Sky on Monday: “These reports are unsubstantiated and merely speculative, and we ask fans and media alike to treat them as such.”

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