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Laurence Edmondson

Red Bull secures engine deal for 2016

Red Bull has confirmed it has signed an engine contract for 2016, putting an end to months of speculation about the team's future in the sport.

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Nate Saunders

Ricciardo 'always had faith' Red Bull would stay

Daniel Ricciardo relieved by Red Bull's confirmation of staying in F1, though he is less happy with the Renault upgrade he has taken for the Brazilian Grand Prix.

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Nate Saunders

Red Bull extends 2016 engine deadline

Dietrich Mateschitz extends Red Bull's engine deadline 'for two or three weeks' and admits securing a competitive power unit is unlikely.

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Laurence Edmondson

Red Bull insists Honda is 'very keen' on 2016 deal

Red Bull team principal Christian Horner believes Honda is "very keen" to supply his team next season, but says McLaren boss Ron Dennis is blocking a deal.

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Nate Saunders

Ricciardo: No way to avoid Vettel contact

Daniel Ricciardo complains Vettel 'just basically took the apex as if I wasn't there' after the pair made contact at Turn 1 of Mexican Grand Prix.

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Laurence Edmondson

Discussions with Red Bull are ongoing - Honda

Honda says discussions with Red Bull about a supply of engines for 2016 are ongoing despite its works partner McLaren making clear it is not happy about a tie up.

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Nate Saunders

Red Bull seems competitive in Mexico - Ricciardo

Daniel Ricciardo acknowledges Red Bull's rivals could have more in hand but said he is impressed with the team's start at the high-speed Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez.

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Nate Saunders

Horner admits Red Bull/VW talks took place

Christian Horner says the ongoing emissions scandal means talks between Red Bull and VW about an engine partnership broke down and insists quitting F1 is not an option in his eyes.

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Laurence Edmondson

Red Bull opts not to run Renault upgrade before Brazil

Red Bull is not planning to run Renault's updated power unit before the Brazilian Grand Prix after deciding the 0.2s performance gain it is not worth taking the associated grid penalty.

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Laurence Edmondson

Red Bull not ruling anything out amid Honda rumours

Red Bull needs to secure an engine supply deal for 2016 in the next two weeks, according to team principal Christian Horner, as rumours of a possible Honda deal surface.

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