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Red Bull could leave F1 over engine rules

ed Bull motorsport consultant Helmut Marko says Formula 1 must find an independent engine supply solution by the end of the 2017 season or risk his team leaving the sport.At a recent meeting, chaired by FIA President Jean Todt, and attended by several manufacturers (in and out of F1), a move to cheaper and noisier engines from 2021 was agreed.However, Marko outlined the need for a non-manufacturer engine supplier in the new regulation framework, otherwise Red Bull may reconsider its involvement in the sport.Red Bull and junior team Toro Rosso are both supplied by Renault.When asked about Red Bull's current situation, Marko told the official F1 website: "The latest must be 2021 that an...
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