Inevitably, as the scale of Red Bull's early season crisis becomes ever clearer, rumours of possible splits are now beginning to emerge.
Many of the reigning world champions' problems are undoubtedly down to engine supplier Renault and the French marque's struggle with the new V6 'power unit' rules.
So it is no surprise Red Bull, having won every title on offer since 2010 and every grand prix on the trot since last July, is supposedly on the move.
But team boss Christian Horner on Thursday played down rumours of a switch to Honda, the incoming works supplier of turbo engines to McLaren next year.
It is said Honda is the logical choice for Red Bull, given the fact F1's existing engine...
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