McLaren are second to last in the constructors’ standings. (AP Photo/Wong Maye-E)
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Former champions McLaren will swap their Honda engines for Renault ones at the end of the Formula One season after calling time on a troubled three-year partnership marked by frustration and failure.McLaren and Honda revived their partnership at the start of 2015 amid a burst of optimism but that bubble was swiftly pricked.Brown said this month that the choice of engine partners, with Honda contributing more than $100 million a year to McLaren's budget according to insiders, was one of the biggest decisions the team has had to make.McLaren will be hoping to be up there too next year and Renault, who have their own works team, looked forward to the challenge.
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