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Mercedes Reveal Why They Won't Supply Engines To Red Bull

With Honda recently announcing its decision to withdraw from Formula One at the end of 2021, its customer teams – namely Red Bull Racing and Scuderia AlphaTauri – are looking to line up a competitive replacement. Mercedes is almost certainly top of their list, as they have dominated the V6 turbo hybrid era of Formula One and currently have the strongest power unit on the grid. READ: Red Bull Might Quit Formula One Following Honda’s Exit – Marko However, the Silver Arrows have been quick to rule out a power unit supply deal with Red Bull, with team principal Toto Wolff saying such a partnership won’t be happening anytime soon. “No,” replied Wolff when asked if Mercedes is...
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