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Sochi engine changes not just about Japanese GP – Red Bull

Red Bull chief engineer Paul Monaghan has dismissed the idea the team deliberately took on extra power unit parts in order to avoid penalties for the upcoming Japanese Grand Prix which represents Red Bull’s first home race with engine partners Honda. All four Honda-powered drivers took grid penalties at the Russian Grand Prix, with Max Verstappen, Alexander Albon and Pierre Gasly initially hit with five-place drops for a new ‘Spec-4’ Internal Combustion Engines while Daniil Kvyat took on an all-new power unit which put him to the back of the grid at his home race. Red Bull’s chief engineer Monaghan says the additional parts were taken with a view on all the remaining races in...
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