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Red Bull has engine options for 2016

Christian Horner says Red Bull has engine options for 2016 having been unhappy with the current performance of Renault. Following a disappointing Austrian Grand Prix, Horner was scathing in his criticism of Renault as Daniel Ricciardo finished eighth and Sebastian Vettel retired following reliability issues. While Horner wants to see Renault recover, he admits Red Bull already knows it will not be short of choice when its current deal expires at the end of next season. "The thing about a team like Red Bull is we always have options, and I'm not going to disclose what they are here,” Horner said. "We want to run at the front, we want to be competitive, and in order to be...
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