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By Andrew Benson
Chief F1 author
Red Bull’s Max Verstappen will start Sunday’s Italian Grand Prix as a result of a penalty for excessive engine use by the back of the grid.
Honda’s newest’ wills run Spec Four’ motor at Monza, which will take him.
The Pierre Gasly of toro Rosso may run the motor with the same punishment.
Honda F1 technical director Toyoharu Tanabe explained:”We believe they could still race strongly on Sunday.”
The Spec Four engine was conducted by the 2 teams’ drivers, Red Bull’s Alexander Albon and the Daniil Kvyat of Toro Rosso, in the Belgian Grand Prix, although Albon reverted to some previous-spec engine to the race.
Tanabe added:”We gathered useful data in Spa, which we’ve used to create changes to power-unit configurations and calibration in prep for this particular race.
“We will attempt to maximise the capacity of both Spec Four and expect to get another positive outcome, maintaining the momentum we gained in Spa.”
Honda refused to show whether the engine would be used by the motorists .
Verstappen spoke regarding the likelihood of carrying an engine punishment and said that he was unconcerned about that.
“I think it could be all right to overtake,” he said. “Even in case you start from the back that I do not think it is a major deal.
“We all know Ferrari is going to be really quick there, and if you start in the back you probably won’t grab the top four. Everything behind this I think it’s possible to grab up.”
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner explained the performance of the Spec Four motor was”encouraging”, including:”Progress is being produced and [the engine] delivering exactly what is expected”
Red Bull have obtained the engines in this point since they want to guarantee they’re following Italy in the best position the race for Singapore.
Honda is determined to have a showing as possible at its home race in Japan in October.
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