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Horner: Red Bull has engine options for 2016

– Christian Horner says Red Bull has options to move away from Renault power from the 2016 campaign if the French brand is unable to rectify the problems it has endured with its new turbocharged unit.While Mercedes has hit the ground running amid the sport's change to turbo 1.6-litre V6 engines, Renault has been plagued by reliability and performance issues since the beginning of pre-season testing.And if Red Bull, winner of the past four Constructors' and Drivers' titles, finds itself lacking in this area again next season, team boss Horner is in no doubt that the outfit would be able to link up with a rival manufacturer."The great thing about a team like Red Bull is that we've...
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