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McLaren-Honda launches comeback car, but is it up to speed?

Honda Motor President Takanobu Ito, second from left, stands with Formula One drivers at the unveiling of McLaren-Honda's new race car in Tokyo.

TOKYO -- Japanese automaker Honda Motor has unveiled its Formula One car for this season, marking a return to the race track after a seven-year absence.

     Speaking at the unveiling at Honda's headquarters in Tokyo on Feb. 10, company President Takanobu Ito said: "A challenging [spirit] has been part of Honda's identity since its founding. We want to bring about innovation by cultivating talent and technology in extreme conditions."

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