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Marko very satisfied with Honda after extending cooperation

Helmut Marko is very pleased with the renewed cooperation between Red Bull Racing and Honda. The Japanese engine supplier was to hand over the running of the powerplant to Red Bull Powertrains from 2023 onwards, but that decision has now been reversed. As a result Honda will remain responsible for the engine behind the scenes until 2025, the year before Porsche might enter the race. Article continues under ad Marko tells his story about the extended deal to the Dutch branch of Motorsport.com. The Austrian is happy that there has been a change in the Japanese's thinking. In the original plan Red Bull would have had to run the engines themselves from 2023 onwards. According to Marko, there...
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