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F1 2017: Is Porsche Looking To Buy Out Red Bull?

17 Setiembre 2017

But while Toro Rosso, Honda's new partners and Red Bull's junior outfit, have predicted a big step forward from the Japanese firm, Honda's recent divorce from McLaren highlights the awkwardness of Red Bull's predicament - especially in terms of their attempts to keep Max Verstappen and Daniel Ricciardo out of Ferrari and Mercedes' clutches.

But now Red Bull Team Principal Christian Horner says that someone else is interested in supplying them with engines-a manufacturer they already have ties with who should be obvious, which clearly hints that it's Aston Martin. "For sure on Sunday, everyone can be selfish to do better, but it helps (with the relationship) if you understand the bigger picture", said Ricciardo.

However, an announcement on Fernando Alonso's future at McLaren is likely to be delayed beyond the weekend, with the final dotting of i's still to be concluded.

If the split between Red Bull and Renault pushes through, Red Bull would be left no other options but to sign a deal with Honda as other engine suppliers are unlikely to provide them with power units.

The Briton, who seized the overall lead from Sebastian Vettel after leading Bottas to a one-two finish in Monza, is expecting a less straightforward weekend in Singapore.

But, when the Frenchman began to put the pressure on him late in the year, Senna responded at the Portugal Grand Prix by squeezing Prost towards the pit wall.

"We just want to be in a competitive position so I think these hybrid regulations have been quite frustrating in many, many respects", Horner said.

All four were significantly quicker than the Ferraris, indicating possible problems for the Italian team.

The move will also work for the F1's new owners Liberty Media to have Porsche on board.

The sport's first night race is marking its 10th anniversary this year and is one of the most popular and glamorous of Formula One's events.

The drivers from Red Bull were tasked with opening a durian and eating the fruit.

Red Bull wanted to generate relatable, engaging and genuine content to build rapport with fans off the track. It has also contributed S$1.4bn in tourism receipts to Singapore over the past decade and drawn over 450,000 international visitors, including projected arrivals for this year's race. The current F1 regulations will end its cycle in 2020. Calvin Harris, Ariana Grande and Seal are on the bill this year.

F1 2017: Is Porsche Looking To Buy Out Red Bull?