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Ecclestone: 'Winning won't drive Red Bull out of F1'

Red Bull won't be put off competing in Formula 1 if they continue to dominate the sport, according to Bernie Ecclestone. Some believe the energy drinks company - which has won the past four drivers' and constructors' championships - might pull out of F1 in the near future if it continues to win everything, deciding it's achieved what it set out to do...which is to promote Red Bull. Ecclestone however thinks differently and says they'll stay as long as they continue to get exposure. "I don't think so," he said in response. "Dietrich Mateschitz (owner) is so competitive, he loves racing, he likes when his car wins," he told La Gazzetta dello Sport. "The successes of...
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