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Red Bull celebrate 'huge step forward' in ambitious F1 project

Article To news overview © Red Bull Contentpool Red Bull say their push to become a fully independent Formula 1 constructor has taken a "huge step forward" after their powertrains department struck an agreement with industrial assembly solutions provider Atlas Copco. The team will continue to run Honda power units – albeit under the Red Bull Powertrains name – until the end of the 2024 season, when they will begin to manufacture their own in-house-built engines. In the meantime, Red Bull are assembling a base for their powertrains department in Milton Keynes, and have now enlisted the support of Atlas Copco in what has been described as a "huge step forward" for...
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