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Helmut Marko to fly to Tokyo as Red Bull scramble to reignite Honda partnership

Red Bull adviser, Dr Helmut Marko, says that the team are still weighing up their options for 2026, but confirms that any relationship with Porsche is now dead in the water. The Austrian team had initially purchased Honda’s intellectual property to construct their own powertrains when the Japanese motoring giant announced its intention to leave Formula 1 at the end of last year. However, Red Bull were not quite ready to become a works team yet, so they agreed an extension that will see Honda continue to make their engines until the end of 2025. Those engines are branded as Red Bull Powertrains (RBPT), and the plan was for the power units and gearboxes to be constructed exclusively in...
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