Netease Sports reported on October 2:
October 2, Beijing time, F1 engine supplier
"As the automotive industry undergoes a major transformation that occurs in a century, Honda decided to work hard to achieve'carbon neutrality by 2050.' This goal will be achieved as part of Honda's environmental protection plan, which is Honda's top priority as a travel manufacturer Heavy.” Honda explained in its statement the reasons for withdrawing from F1. “For this reason, Honda needs to use its company resources for the research and development of future power plants and energy technology, including fuel cell vehicles (FCV) and battery electric vehicles (BEV). ) Technology, which will become the core technology of carbon-free energy."
Honda has returned to F1 as an engine supplier since 2015. However, the competitiveness and reliability of the hybrid power unit of the Japanese manufacturer lags far behind, and the cooperation with McLaren finally ended dismal after only three years.
Starting in 2018, Honda has successively cooperated with "Toro Rosso" Alfatoli and Red Bull Racing, and won the championship in three races in the 2019 season. And this season, Red Bull Racing and Alfatoli won the 70th Anniversary Grand Prix and the Italian Grand Prix respectively. So far, the Japanese manufacturer has won 5 F1 races.
从2018年开始，本田先后与“ Toro Rosso” Alfatoli和Red Bull Racing合作，并在2019赛季赢得了三场比赛的冠军。而本赛季，红牛车队和阿尔法托利分别赢得了70周年大奖赛和意大亚博体彩平台利大奖赛。到目前为止，这家日本制造商已经赢得了5场F1比赛。
After announcing the decision to withdraw from F1, the Red Bull Racing team expressed their gratitude: "We thank them for their outstanding contribution to the power unit and look forward to the rest of the 2020 and 2021 seasons that we can continue to succeed."
"Although we are disappointed that we cannot continue to cooperate with Honda, we are proud of the success we have achieved. The two teams owned by Red Bull have won 5 victories and 15 podiums. We thank everyone at Honda for their efforts. Horner said, "In the rest of 2020 and 2021, our common focus will not change, and we will still strive to win and challenge the championship."