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Mercedes, Ferrari Should Be Open to Red Bull Engine Deal for 2016 F1 Season

So where do Red Bull go from here? For the first time since the last of their four title-winning seasons in 2013, it felt as though the team had a plan of action in September when, as reported by Autosport's Dieter Rencken and Lawrence Barretto, Red Bull "issued a document requesting a termination" of their nine-year relationship with engine suppliers Renault. Finally set to be freed from the most poisonous excuse for a chassis-engine "partnership"—and no longer compelled to run the V6 turbo power unit that has been their main obstacle to further success since the beginning of 2014—it seemed as though Red Bull were making active steps to return to the front of the grid and to ensure their downturn in form would only be temporary...

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