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Exclusive: Red Bull ditch Renault to use their own F1 V6 turbo engines from June onward

t">Red Bull Wings DM-1 power unit Grand Prix 247 can reveal exclusively that Red Bull Racing are soon to announce to the Formula 1 world that they have committed to building their very own V6 turbo engine, which will make it's debut at the Austrian Grand Prix in June. The directive, to build their own power unit, has reportedly come from Red Bull's billionaire owner Dietrich Mateschitz in the wake of his team's countless problems during testing at Jerez and Bahrain. Earlier this year Sebastian Vettel and Daniel Ricciardo suffered with the problematic all new Renault V6 turbo power unit – the catalyst being front page images of Vettel pushing his car up the pitlane, whereupon...
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