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  • “Having established a good relationship with Scuderia Toro Rosso, we have decided to extend our Formula One involvement to the other team in the Red Bull family, Aston Martin Red Bull Racing, as from the 2019 season. Having two teams means we can access twice as much data as previously. We believe that working with both Toro Rosso and Red Bull Racing will allow us to get closer to our goal of winning races and Championships, building two strong partnerships. Discussions proceeded very quickly, thanks to Red Bull’s open and respectful attitude towards Honda, leading to a deal that is fair and equitable for all parties.”

    Takahiro Hachigo, President of Honda Motor Co.

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    • din ce am vazut pana acum nu au avut probleme cu fiabilitatea motoarelor,iar top speed ul e pe acolo .au si avut ghinion in ultimele curse iar pilotii sunt tineri
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        • Adrian Newey says his focus is now firmly back on formula one.

          In recent years, the famous F1 designer has taken a step back from the sport, focusing instead on other Red Bull-related projects.

          "Well, the Valkyrie supercar with Aston Martin is complete," Newey told Salzburger Nachrichten newspaper. "I spent a lot of time on that.

          "But for the past 15 months, I have focused once again on F1 cars.

          "We also have an excellent technical director in Pierre Wache, who leads an excellent team," he added.

          Newey will be busy with that team as it works on getting ready for Red Bull's new works Honda project for 2019.

          "Installation in the new chassis will not be the problem," he insisted.

          "Of course, Honda has other requirements than Renault, but adjusting to that is no big deal. What is more important is that we are building a very good relationship with Honda.

          "It impresses me how much they are focused on success and the efforts they are making.

          "We are facing exciting times, as the past few years have been very frustrating. Having the best car but no chance at the world championship is demoralising," Newey added.

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