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Renault to split with Red Bull

class="left relative"> 0 SHARES FacebookTwitterSubscribe Renault are reportedly set to end their engine deal with Red Bull, the French manufacturers have told Red Bull that they want to terminate their contract with them from the end of next season, throwing the driver market into flux. Sportsmail reported that, they are learned – Renault have concluded that their irritable relationship with the Red Bull team has run its course, and will no longer supply them with engines from 2019. It casts doubt on the future direction of Red Bull drivers, Daniel Ricciardo and Max Verstappen. This rumoured split comes in the wake of reports that Renault will power McLaren from next...
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