First Picture Wallpaper Honda reveals 2015 F1 power unit
At this stage, exact details are vague – although like everyone else, Honda will field a 1. 6-litre V6 with single turbocharger, paired with both kinetic and thermal energy recovery systems, as per the regulations. No kidding.
However, head of the Honda F1 project, Yasuhisa Arai has confirmed that development has ‘moved onto the next stage where we conduct full-fledged bench tests of the engine while connecting the turbocharger and energy recovery systems. ’ Good news.
The racing operation has now also established its new base in Milton Keynes, joining the majority of high profile F1 players amongst the world-leading motorsport industry in the uk.