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Marko confirms Red Bull will be Renault powered in 2015

Helmut Marko with Renault's Remi Taffin Red Bull will definitely be powered by Renault in 2015, Helmut Marko insists, amid reports that emerged at the team's home race suggesting the world champions are considering splitting with its current engine supplier and building its own turbo V6. According to Marko, it's not as far-fetched as it sounds, 'We have a lot of very skilled companies (in Austria) concerning engines.' 'Pankl is about 30 kilometres from here,' explained Marko, referring to Renault's existing turbocharger partner, 'and AVL is 70 kilometres (away).' Asked specifically by Martin Brundle if Red Bull is considering supplying itself with a Formula 1 engine, Marko answered: 'You...
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