I don't thik cry baby and his liar boss don't know about how things go on with their own pu which I suspect never been a legal pu.Wouter wrote: ↑Sat Jul 03, 2021 8:57 amHonda put an end to controversial suggestions from Mercedes
However, Honda has dismissed all those rumors from the Mercedes camp as inaccurate. F1 director Toyoharu Tanabe told the media in Austria: "I'm very happy if it's true, but it's not true."
“Under current regulations, it is not allowed to apply performance updates during the season. As a result, our second PU is the same as the first PU in terms of specification and performance. Under the current engine rules, we must report any changes to the FIA. You can only change for reliability or financial reasons or logistics, and then we have to submit very detailed information to the FIA first. They must first allow it to adjust."
“The FIA distributes all the documents to the other engine suppliers, so we need approval from the other manufacturers to change the specifications of individual parts. The reason we do such a very detailed research is that a long time ago some teams improved their performance by making a change to improve reliability. So we are very careful to improve the performance and adapt the engine for that. It is not possible to improve performance during the season. That's my response to that suggestions and rumors from Mercedes."
But it is not that important, the important thing is honda still pushing with what they has.
Tanabe says that any progress that others have seen from the Honda engine is recent races is simply the result of it better deploying its energy management systems to maximise lap time.
“We have been learning gradually how to use the PU,” he explained. “We improve our weakness, and then we push our strengths.
“As a result, the base specification, the performance, is the same, but trackside performance I believe we have been improving.”