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Horner denies reports that Renault to be ditched

Dietrich Mateschitz with Christian Horner Red Bull  team principal Christian Horner has added his denial to reports that the world champions are set to end their Formula 1 engine crisis by ditching Renault and building its own V6 turbo engine. Amid the reigning world champions' obvious frustration with Renault in 2014, the story of a ‘Red Bull engine' intensified when Helmut Marko admitted last week that it was a possibility. But team owner Dietrich Mateschitz this week issued a clear denial and now Horner now follows suit telling Servus TV, 'Red Bull is a chassis manufacturer and we have no ambition to become an engine manufacturer.' However, the reports are not likely to stop...
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