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Red Bull's stay dependent on engines

Red Bull have called on Formula 1's new owners to introduce 'simply, noisy' engines that cost below 10 million or else the Milton Keynes' squad may quit the sport. Engines have long been an issue for Red Bull Racing as it is a customer team. Following four championship-winning years, Red Bull's form was dealt a blow with the introduction of 1.6l turbocharged V6 engines ahead of the 2014 season. Two years later Red Bull tried to walk away from engine supplier Renault only to learn that none of the other engine manufacturers were willing to do business with them. As such Red Bull would like to see an independent supplier enter F1 and the team's stay in Formula 1 could be dependent on that...
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