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Horner explains how Red Bull will be just like Ferrari from 2022

Article To news overview © Red Bull Contentpool Christian Horner has said that Red Bull will join Ferrari in being fully self-sufficient from a single base of operations next season. Red Bull Powertrains, a division of the Red Bull F1 team, come into operation in 2022 as they take on the intellectual property of outgoing engine partner Honda. Construction of the buildings that will house the engine division is underway at Red Bull's campus in Milton Keynes in the UK, and Horner explained that, when completed, Red Bull will operate in the same way as Ferrari. Ferrari are the only other team to work from a single point of operation, based in Maranello in Italy. Their chassis and engines are...
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