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Marko rules out AlphaTauri sale: 'F1 remains best marketing tool'

Helmut Marko is confident that the death of Dietrich Mateschitz will not affect Red Bull's Formula 1 teams. The Austrian himself also has ambitions to continue in F1, but not at any cost. Article continues under ad The 2022 US Grand Prix was an emotional weekend for Red Bull. Indeed, it lost founder Mateschitz, who had been ill for some time. The team did win the constructors' championship that weekend for the first time since 2013, after Verstappen had clinched his world drivers' title a week earlier. Read more Chandhok: 'They think he's the best young talent' Red Bull's future According to Marko, however, there is no need to worry about the future of the brand. ''There is a general...
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