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Franz Tost breaks silence on Red Bull's plans to sell AlphaTauri

AlphaTauri team principal Franz Tost has revealed that the Faenza-based team will continue to work with Red Bull, after confirming that the energy drink company 'will not sell' their sister side, silencing rumours from German media. Tost's statement ahead of this weekend's season-opening Bahrain Grand Prix is in response to reports from Germany, with Auto Motor und Sport (AMuS) having reported that Red Bull were looking into moving AlphaTauri to the UK to reduce costs. The report also suggested that the midfield side could be sold by Red Bull should relocating them to the UK not reduce costs, with AlphaTauri reportedly costing significantly more than the leading team to run....
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