Aug 06, 11:28 AM EDT Newsletter Signup BusinessTechnologyWorldNationalMedia & CultureOpinionSportsLuxury Sports By Pradhan Muthanna 06/19/18 AT 7:13 AM The Red Bull Racing team will be powered by Japanese engine manufacturer Honda during the 2019 and 2020 Formula 1 season after the two sides reached an agreement on a multi-year deal Tuesday.The Austrian-owned team will end their long standing relationship with current engine providers Renault after the 2018 campaign. Red Bull and the French manufacturer will bring to an end a 12-year partnership that earned them eight world titles (four Drivers’ championships and four Constructors’ championships) and multiple race wins, with the most recent coming at the 2018 Monaco Grand Prix.Red Bull’s relationship with Renault had begun to sour after numerous verbal jibes were thrown at them for not developing an engine that can match Mercedes and Ferrari. The French engine manufacturer had given Red Bull a deadline to make a decision and made it clear they will not wait until the Austrian Grand Prix in July.The only choice for Red Bull was to either re-sign with Renault or move to Honda, who are already partners with their sister team — Scuderia Toro Rosso. The Japanese manufacturer have shown a considerable amount… Read full this story
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