The Japanese manufacturer returned to Formula One with McLaren in 2015 before switching its efforts to Toro Rosso.
Honda have announced they will withdraw from Formula 1 at the end of the 2021 season.
Japanese vehicle giant Honda has confirmed it will leave F1 as an engine supplier at the end of the 2021 season.
The firm added: "As the automobile industry undergoes a once-in-one-hundred-years period of great transformation, Honda has made a decision to strive for the 'realisation of carbon-neutrality by 2050". "Now we will put our strength into innovation in the new field of power units, carbon-free energy and achieving carbon neutrality".
One thing Verstappen does know is that both Red Bull and AlphaTauri will remain committed to competing in F1.
From next year Mercedes will have four teams and Ferrari three, while now Renault's only commitment is to its rebranded works Alpine outfit.
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Not many players have arrived at Stamford Bridge with a higher level of expectation in recent years than Havertz. Werner has played 10 times since joining, scoring five goals and creating three assists so far.
While the odd reliability concern and a disparity in performance to Mercedes especially have lingered, Red Bull has certainly benefited from having a more dedicated partner to work alongside, unlike former partners Renault who - along with Mercedes and Ferrari - will always prioritise their own constructor efforts.
Red Bull motorsport boss Helmut Marko stressed that the company remains committed to the sport, and confirmed it does not yet have a new engine partner lined up. But the relationship grew fractious in its final years, with Renault feeling its contribution to the success wasn't appreciated.
The changing focus within the racing industry the automotive industry has led Honda to redirect its resources, so we understand and respect their reasoning.
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner said: "As a team we understand how hard it has been for Honda Motor Company to reach the decision to step back from Formula One at the end of the 2021 season".
"As a group, we will now take the time afforded to us to further evaluate and find the most competitive power unit solution for 2022 and beyond".
But the partnership that dominated F1 in the late 1980s and early 1990s faltered badly, with Honda's initial V6 hybrid-turbo engine proving both unreliable and underpowered.
"For the initial three years we have struggled very much but we overcame that and so far claimed five victories, so I think to some extent we left a good track record with our wins".