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Red Bull renews F1 power unit agreement with Honda

Sergio Perez in a Red Bull Racing entry at the Hungaroring Red Bull has renewed its technical support agreement with Honda until the end of Formula 1’s current power unit ruleset. The new, three-year deal with Honda Racing Corporation ties the parties until the end of the 2025 season, with Red Bull Racing set to become a Porsche team thereafter. The Milton Keynes-based team has been without an official engine partner since Honda pulled out of F1 at the end of 2021. That led to Red Bull acquiring the intellectual property to the power units it used that season and forming ‘Red Bull Powertrains’. With three more years of F1’s current engine regulations left, the latest announcement...
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