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Marko denies Red Bull coaxing VW into F1

Dr Helmut Marko has denied reports he is coaxing the major German carmaker Volkswagen into formula one. Reports last week quoted the Red Bull director as saying the reigning world champions will take stock at the forthcoming Austrian grand prix and "decide on our future engine partner". "Volkswagen is already in other racing series, with engines that are similar to formula one technology," he reportedly told Sport Bild magazine. But while admitting Red Bull has been unhappy with its current supplier Renault in the new V6 era, Marko played down the VW reports. "That (report) was a complete hoax," the Austrian told Die Welt newspaper. "Our goal is to work...
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