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Honda has “a few things to tidy up” but no major deficit

In the round-up: Daniil Kvyat says Honda have some minor areas to work on with their power unit but does not believe they are far behind their rivals.

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What they say

Following Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto’s claims their rival engine manufacturers had also lost power compared to last year, RaceFans asked Kvyat whether he feels his Honda is less powerful than last year:

For sure we didn’t have a dramatic drop in power compared to last year. I don’t know if someone else maybe did. But us we didn’t.

For sure it would be nice to have more. It seems like maybe there is a couple of guys who seems to be a bit quicker in the straight line than us at the moment, especially in qualifying.

But there was no dramatic change or competitiveness from us. There are a few things to tidy up by Honda. But I didn’t see anything dramatic.

Quotes: Dieter Rencken

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