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Red Bull to run white and red ‘farewell' Honda livery in Turkey

Red Bull Racing will run a special one-off white-and-red livery at this weekend’s Formula 1 Turkish Grand Prix as a tribute to power unit partner Honda. Red Bull and Honda have been aligned since 2019 but the Japanese marque will officially bow out of Formula 1 at the end of the season. Honda’s power units […]
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