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Red Bull reaches unprecedented milestone with launch of first in-house F1 engine

Article To news overview © Getty Images / Red Bull Content Pool Red Bull have reached a very important milestone in their long history of Formula 1, RacingNews365.com has learned. In Milton Keynes on the evening of 3 August, a full engine of their own manufacture was fired up for the first time. The team have never built their own engine for Formula 1 before, having previously partnered with Cosworth, Ferrari, Renault or Honda. However, after the departure of the latter manufacturer, Red Bull decided to take up the challenge of producing their own power unit as a completely independent constructor. The decision was made in the second half of 2020 and the Red Bull Powertrains company...
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