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Red Bull and Honda separated by 'clear Chinese wall' – Horner

Red Bull team boss Christian Horner says a "clear Chinese wall" has been erected between Honda and Red Bull Powertrains to ensure no crossover of intellectual property from Japan to Milton Keynes. Red Bull's newly signed partnership with Ford which was announced this week in New York spells the end to the F1 team's collaboration with Honda. The Japanese manufacturer will continue to supply its power unit to the championship winning outfit and to its affiliate AlphaTauri until the end of 2025. But thereafter, Red Bull Powertrains Ford will pick up the baton, which leaves Honda with an opportunity to start afresh in F1, under the sport's new engine regulations and with a new...
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