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Red Bull comment on Honda changing priorities after announcing Aston Martin deal

Red Bull advisor Dr Helmut Marko has revealed that the Milton Keynes-based team have 'received written assurances' from Honda that their current technical partnership will be honoured, following the manufacturer's announcement that they'll be powering Aston Martin from 2026. Whilst it had been speculated, it was officially confirmed Wednesday morning that Honda will become Aston Martin's official engine supplier from 2026, when the new power unit regulations are introduced. The deal comes at an ideal time for both parties, with Honda's deal with Red Bull concluding at the end of 2025, as does Aston Martin's deal to be a Mercedes customer outfit. Honda's announcement confirmed two things:...
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