Where to now for Red Bull?

Where to now for Red Bull?

One of the most-successful partnerships in modern Formula 1 appears headed for divorce. IAN PARKES looks at how Red Bull could walk down the aisle with Mercedes before the 2016 season

Oh what a tangled web is being weaved between Red Bull, Renault and Mercedes, but then such political machinations and complications are part of the very fabric that makes Formula 1 what is today.

The fallout between Red Bull and power-unit supplier Renault has been long and painful this season, and with what appears to be a complete breakdown of trust between the two parties, a divorce is now imminent.

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