Renault with McLaren, Honda with Toro Rosso and much more ...

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In the last days several pieces of the puzzle of Formula 1 for the next season have moved. The most relevant has to do with McLaren, which finally ended its relationship with Honda after three years without good results. Starting in 2018, the Woking team will have Renault engines, something that will surely encourage the continuity of Spanish Fernando Alonso in the team.

As for Honda, it will continue in the category despite some rumors pointing to its departure due to its poor performance. For now, he will only hand over his power units to Toro Rosso, who in this way will stop using those provided by the Rhombus.

In pilots category there were also news. Finn Valtteri Bottas will continue at Mercedes, a team he joined this year to replace German Nico Rosberg (he retired from the F-1 after winning the 2016 title).

Another who will stay where he is is the Mexican Sergio Pérez. In this way, Force India will maintain its current line-up since Frenchman Esteban Ocon already had a signed contract for the new year.

Finally, the Spanish Carlos Sainz will leave Toro Rosso, the team with which he made his debut in the Máxima. Junior will emigrate to Renault to replace the Englishman Joylon Palmer, who learned that he would no longer be in the French structure from the press. Sainz will have German Nico Hülkenberg as his teammate, who at the Singapore GP contested his 129th race in the F-1 and became the driver with the most participations without getting on a podium.

 

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