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Renault: Red Bull never tire of praising Honda

Renault's chances of achieving third place in next year's championship could depend on how good that Honda engine that will power Red Bull really is. Next season Red Bull are switching to Honda power having said goodbye to Renault at the end of the 2018 campaign. It was an acrimonious final few years between Red Bull and Renault with the former blaming their engine partner for their lack of World titles in the V6 era. Added to that, having decided to swap to Honda power, Red Bull have also spent the last few months bigging up the Japanese manufacturer, who they believe can spark a title tilt. But while Red Bull are hoping to challenge Mercedes and Ferrari, Renault are wanting to take third...
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