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Honda and Red Bull agree on 'programme of cooperation' from 2022

Article To news overview © Red Bull Contentpool Honda and Red Bull have agreed on a new "programme of cooperation" for 2022 and beyond, following the Japanese manufacturer's exit from the sport. Honda have supplied Red Bull with engines since 2019, and sister team AlphaTauri since 2018, but will leave at the end of the season, with the newly-formed Red Bull Powertrains company taking over the intellectual property and running of the power units. According to a statement issued by Honda on Thursday, the two parties will continue to cooperate on "a variety of motorsport activities, including Formula 1, young driver development and other forms of motorsport, as well as...
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