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Red Bull: We will be the proper Renault works team

Renault and Red Bull tightening up the partnership Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has revealed that his team's relationship with Renault is set to be boosted a notch or two with the French engine builder planning to treat the Formula 1 world champions as a bespoke works team. 'I think we have some good things in the pipeline,' team boss Horner said in Hungary. 'We are working very closely with Renault [after] their recent management change.' Reigning quadruple world champions Red Bull have also struggled with Renault's turbo V6 ‘power unit' in 2014, but the Horner-led team has reacted by putting enormous pressure on its French partner. There has been a management change...
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