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Horner: Former Mercedes Engine Chief Unlikely To Join Red Bull PU Division

Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has said that former Mercedes engine chief Andy Cowell is unlikely to join the team’s new powertrains division. Horner previously said it is unlikely that Cowell would join Red Bull, but fresh speculation about him joining the Milton Keynes-based team was prompted after it was announced that senior Mercedes engineer Ben Hodgkinson would be joining their powertrains division. READ: Webber: Vettel Is ‘Tired’ After 6 Years At Ferrari Speaking to Sky F1 about Red Bull’s plans to use rebranded Honda power units from 2022 onwards, Horner downplayed the chances of Cowell joining them. “Andy is a tremendously talented engineer, I think everything...
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