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Mercedes supports Red Bull's controversial plan

Due to the departure of Honda, Red Bull Racing are in a difficult position. The team would prefer to take over Honda's project but would like to freeze engine development for 2022. Mercedes have now expressed its support for that plan. Red Bull Racing were planning to work with Honda towards a championship. The Japanese engine manufacturer have however decided to retire from Formula 1 after 2021. As a result, the team seems to be at Renault's mercy again, unless the project can be bought from Honda. In that case Red Bull want to freeze engine development for 2022, to avoid a large backlog. Of course, the team can't decide that on its own, and that requires the support of the FIA as...
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