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Honda strengthens ties with Red Bull teams

Red Bull and AlphaTauri will continue to use power units manufactured in collaboration with Red Bull Powertrains and Honda Racing Corporation. Red Bull and AlphaTauri will continue to use power units manufactured in collaboration with Red Bull Powertrains and Honda Racing Corporation (HRC), it was announced ahead of this weekend's Japanese Grand Prix. To strengthen the partnership, a number of new agreements will be implemented: The Honda logo will be displayed on Red Bull RB18s and AlphaTauri’s AT03s from the Japanese Grand Prix 2022 onwards. Sergio Perez will take on an ambassador role for the driving academy of Honda Racing School (HRS). He will begin his role with a lecture...
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