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Red Bull Powertrains: The problem child of Red Bull and Verstappen

Little else could be expected from Christian Horner. As team principal and person ultimately responsible for the in-house engine project, the Briton cannot loudly proclaim in the media that the development of the Red Bull Powertrains (RBPT) is a real concern. Nevertheless, from Horner's words, quoted by Motorsport.com, it can be inferred that the project is not running smoothly; something GPblog have heard before.
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