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Red Bull to meet Renault over engine deal after Monaco

Red Bull Racing management is to meet with Renault after the Monaco Grand Prix to discuss their future together. The French manufacturer currently supplies the team with power units badged under the TAG Heuer brand. Their association goes back to 2007 and includes four world championship seasons. However relations have become strained in recent seasons. Red Bull has been increasingly unhappy at their engine's performance and reliability compared with those of Mercedes and Ferrari. The current agreement between the companies comes to and end after 2018. At present, Red Bull has no alternative engine supplier signed up, although junior team Toro Rosso is working with Honda for the first time...
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