What Honda's latest blow means for its F1 future

What Honda's latest blow means for its F1 future

The deal for Honda to supply Sauber with Formula 1 engines has finally been officially called off. With its McLaren project under extreme fire as well, what does this latest setback mean for Honda's commitment to F1?

After weeks of speculation, it was announced on Thursday afternoon that a deal for Honda to supply Sauber with engines for the 2018 Formula 1 season had been cancelled.

It comes at a time when Honda's relationship with works partner McLaren is on the rocks. Should McLaren split with it, Honda would be left with no teams for next season and facing a bleak F1 future.

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