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No intention to sell to Red Bull says Renault

Colin Kolles is set to return to the pitwall as a F1 team boss. Until now, it has been clear that the former HRT and Force India chief is in fact leading a Romanian project for an all-new F1 team, the Ferrari-linked Forza Rossa, who were waiting for the official green light from the governing FIA. But the very latest reports are that Germany-based Romanian Kolles is actually getting involved at Caterham. The major German daily Bild claims Kolles, 46, is becoming a motor sport consultant to the green-coloured team, as the struggling backmarker loses the support of its founder Tony Fernandes. It is believed the Leafield-based team has been bought, including its reported EUR 20 million in...
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