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Aggressive Red Bull design shows Honda's progress

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Aggressive Red Bull design shows Honda's progress
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Co-author: Jake Boxall-Legge, Featured writer
Feb 13, 2019, 4:26 PM

The Honda engine is one of the biggest question marks heading into the 2019 Formula 1 season - but the Adrian Newey-designed Red Bull's integration of it hints at the manufacturer's off-season progress.

For any team it is a major task to change from one engine supplier to another. But with the knowledge gained from Toro Rosso using the Honda Formula 1 engine last year, Red Bull's challenge will be just that little bit less complex.

From one engine manufacturer to another, there will always be subtle differences in how they measure the heat rejection from the oil and water.

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Series Formula 1
Event Red Bull Launch
Teams Red Bull Racing Shop Now
Author Gary Anderson