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Red Bull Confident in Meeting F1 Engine Development Goals for 2026 Regulations

In anticipation of Formula 1's revised power unit regulations starting in 2026, which will eliminate the MGU-H component and place greater emphasis on electric power through the MGU-K along with sustainable fuels, Red Bull Racing is progressing with its engine development. The Red Bull Powertrains facility in Milton Keynes, collaborating with Ford, is spearheading this effort for both Red Bull and its sister team. Amid circulating rumors and concerns that Red Bull might be lagging behind other manufacturers in their engine development, team principal Christian Horner has confidently addressed these concerns. In an interview with Motorsport.com, Horner stated, 'We are hitting the targets...
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