There's nothing about this car that isn't perfect—don't tell Porsche purists that, though.
Sauber will become the second manufacturer in the field to adopt the historically unreliable Honda power unit come next year.
The Swiss Formula One team low on cash may have no other choice but to turn to Honda for engine power.
After constant trouble with underpowered, unreliable Honda engines, McLaren F1 eyes a possible engine deal with Mercedes.
That fact isn't stopping FIA president Jean Todt from doubling down on muffled turbocharged power units, however.
You'd think with Honda supplying your engines, they'd be reliable, but McLaren has gotten a lot of practice swapping them.