Red Bull reveal Japanese inspired livery for the Turkish Grand Prix in tribute to Honda… as F1 title challengers announce future tie-up with engine supplier beyond 2021

Red Bull have unveiled a one-off livery that they will race at the Turkish Grand Prix as a tribute to their engine supplier Honda, who they have also announced a future partnership with. In addition, the car carries a message written in Japanese on the side next to the Honda branding on the engine cover, translating as ‘Thank you’ as the team ditch their usual navy blue and yellow matte colours this weekend. However, Red Bull have now confirmed they will continue working with the engine supplier as they develop their own engines from 2022 and beyond. Red Bull will now have Honda’s engine intellectual property from 2022 right through to 2026 which is when new engine rules are pencilled to be introduced into Formula One. In addition, Honda Racing employees based in Milton Keynes will now be transferred to Red Bull to help smooth transition.

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