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Under siege Red Bull considers engine future

Red Bull will stick with Renault power until the end of next season but beyond that have not ruled out making their own powerplants. After Daniel Ricciardo’s epic Canadian GP win, the champion team of the last four seasons crashed back down to earth with Sebastian Vettel retiring and Ricciardo struggling to eighth. The Austrian Grand Prix flop for Red Bull on effectively what is their home turf has seen some deep soul searching within the squad. It is claimed that the Renault power unit is lagging behind the Mercedes of Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton by at least 30bhp. According to a report by Sky Sports in England, Red Bull advisor Helmut Marko has not ruled out a bespoke engine made...
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