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Red Bull-Renault split can help McLaren, says Brown

McLaren CEO Zak Brown hopes that Renault's split with Red Bull ahead of the 2019 Formula 1 season will benefit his team as the French marque may have more time to focus on their sole remaining customer on the grid. Red Bull will link up with Honda from 2019 and beyond, something that may mystify those in Woking who opted to ditch the Japanese brand in favour of Renault for the 2018 campaign. The decision initially looked inspired as Fernando Alonso came home fifth at the Australian GP ahead of the Red Bull of Max Verstappen, but McLaren soon sunk down the field and ended the season with just one top-10 finish across the final six races of the season. Red Bull were notoriously demanding of...
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