Toro Rosso's Spanish driver Carlos Sainz Jr drives ahead of McLaren's Spanish driver Fernando Alonso during the Italian Formula One Grand Prix at the Autodromo Nazionale circuit in Monza on September 3, 2017. / AFP / Miguel MEDINA
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McLaren's split from Honda, and new partnership with Renault, looks imminent and the rumor mill is grinding faster as Formula One embarks on an Asian swing of races starting in Singapore this weekend.The cracks in the McLaren-Honda partnership have been evident for months, with former champions McLaren chafing at engine problems that have left them ninth in the 10-team championship.The Spaniard's move would be part of a general agreement that will see Honda take their engines to Red Bull-owned Toro Rosso, whose Renault supply would then become available for McLaren.Spanish media reported that Honda were willing to switch to Toro Rosso.
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