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Red Bull: Power unit learning curve very steep

Red Bull admitted that the learning curve they are facing is very steep when it comes to their power unit side at their newly formed Red Bull Powertrains. Red Bull setup Red Bull Powertrains in the aftermath of Honda's withdrawal from Formula 1 at the end of the 2021 season with a target to build their own engine by 2026, the time when the new power unit regulations kick in. In the meantime, they are still using Honda-built power units as the Japanese supplier still provides services for the team and despite talks about Porsche joining their F1 efforts from 2026 onwards, that deal has since fallen through. Red Bull team boss Christian Horner said that development of the power unit division...
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