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Red Bull and Renault to meet after Monaco

Red Bull and Renault to meet after Monaco – Red Bull and their current engine suppliers Renault will meet after the Monaco Grand Prix to discuss the continuation of supplying the TAG Heuer badged engines that Renault currently supplies. The current Renault/Red Bull agreement comes to an end after the 2018 season. Red Bull has been in talks with Honda who Red Bull’s junior team, Toro Rosso, is currently supplied by them after the McLaren partnership was ended at the end of the 2017 season. Renault boss Cyril Abiteboul insisted insisting that an agreement must be agreed this month if they are to continue supplying engines for another season. 'We cannot postpone it indefinitely,' he...
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