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What we learned at the Austrian Grand Prix

Red Bull's big boys aren't all on the same page One of the bigger stories to come out of the Austrian Grand Prix weekend was the news that Red Bull – who are understandably frustrated by their relative lack of power when compared with championship leaders Mercedes – were considering building their own engines in future, with Helmut Marko telling Martin Brundle that powertrain construction was an option. “We have a lot of very skilled companies [in Austria] concerning engines,” the Red Bull motorsport advisor said. “Pankl is about 30 kilometres from here, and AVL is 70 kms. … We are looking at all alternatives.” Understandably, the story gained traction and was the subject of...
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