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Red Bull offered hope from Aston Martin if Honda quit F1

Red Bull's title sponsor Aston Martin has talked up the prospect of becoming an engine supplier in Formula 1, if the team's existing partner Honda does not remain in the sport. Honda and Red Bull have made an impressive start to life together this season, with Max Verstappen securing the Japanese brand's first podium since returning to F1 at the season-opener in Australia and then delivering Honda's first grand prix win in 13 years in Austria recently. Article continues under video However, with F1's regulations changes for 2021 still to be finalised, Honda's long-term commitment to F1 remains uncertain; in fact, Red Bull chief Dr Helmut Marko has suggested the team's own future in F1 will...
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