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No summer shutdown for Honda and Renault
Monday 3 August om 09:35 : Aug.3 (GMM) F1's teams and drivers may be packing their bags for the summer break, but there will be no such factory shutdown at Honda.

Unlike the teams, the sport's engine manufacturers are not subject to the mandatory, two-week 'shutdown' that must be served during the big gap in the race calendar between Hungary and Belgium.
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Monday 3 August
09:35 No summer shutdown for Honda and Renault 0
09:35 Nasr says Williams talk was just 'speculation' 0
09:35 Sauber eyes Renault engine switch - report 0
09:35 FIA's Mouton plays down Carmen Jorda controversy 0
09:35 Boss likens Verstappen to champion Vettel 0
Saturday 1 August
17:35 Haas admits trio head 2016 race seat shortlist 0
Friday 31 July
10:35 Sainz most overtaken driver in 2015 0
10:35 Hockenheim cuts ticket prices for 2016 return 0
10:35 Dennis pushing for majority control of McLaren 0
10:35 Toro Rosso best place for Verstappen - father 0
10:35 Ferrari tipped to keep Raikkonen, Allison 0
10:35 Could F1 go for gold at the Olympics? 0
10:35 Ferrari not quite ready for 2015 title - Berger 0
10:35 Mercedes now willing to supply Red Bull - report 0
Thursday 30 July
19:35 Mid-season interview with Marcus Ericsson and Felipe Nasr 0
09:35 Baku welcomes summer date on 2016 calendar 0
09:35 Vettel 'a threat' to Mercedes' title - Hakkinen 0
09:35 Button backs Montoya's plan to improve F1 0
09:35 Honda set for 50 horse power step - reports 0
09:35 Trouble brewing over planned 2016 calendar 0
Wednesday 29 July
09:35 Renault close to deciding F1 future - Ecclestone 0
09:35 Ferrari to let Raikkonen 'option' expire - report 0
09:35 Wolff defends Hamilton after dire Hungary GP 0
09:35 Singapore tweaks set to boost overtaking 0
09:35 Monza takes step towards securing GP 0
09:35 Rossi hints at Haas talks 0
09:35 F1 would welcome Mosley back - Ecclestone 0
09:35 Button linked with Top Gear presenter role 0
Tuesday 28 July
07:35 Mercedes 'still strongest' despite Vettel win - Ferrari 0
07:35 Sainz plays down favouritism 'controversy' 0

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