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It was something that Hasegawa would not confirm when asked, but equally he did not dismiss it. “I won’t disclose it, because it is a key area,” he said. “Of course we research every possibility, but I don’t want to tell exactly what we will introduce.” So what about the infamous ‘size zero’ concept of a very small package? “We cannot disclose the complete package right now but the name of the engine the size zero all engines need to be smaller as a package. So we don’t want to give up the name of ‘size zero’. But of course we will repackage. “But it is difficult to say what is different…we modified many areas but difficult to say if it is a completely different engine.” Hasegawa gives the impression that Honda’s F1 programme is well prepared for the battles ahead. But he is not yet willing to make any bold promises of what it expects to achieve on track in 2017. When asked if it was fair to say Honda was confident about its potential for next year, he said: “It is difficult. If so, I would be very happy to tell you…but I’m not sure.” After all, in F1 it is always better to under-promise and over-deliver.
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