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Horner: Red Bull being a customer team again wouldn't have sat comfortably

Article To news overview © Getty Images/Red Bull Contentpool Christian Horner has admitted that Red Bull would have struggled greatly with potentially having to become a customer team again if F1 had not introduced an engine freeze. The freeze will come into effect at the start of 2022, which works out well for Red Bull given that their current engine supplier Honda will leave the sport at the end of 2021. The team's plan had always been to take on Honda's engines as their own intellectual property from next year, and the freeze grants them the extra time to do this rather than having to find an alternative supplier for 2022. Red Bull team principal Horner thinks that it would have been...
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