Red Bull announced today that it will use the Honda engine in 2019 season.
The partnership between Red Bull and Renault started in 2007, and in the remaining 12-year period, the parties had 8 world championships together.
Red Bull, with 57 wins in the Formula 1, 59 pole positions and the fastest turnover in the Renault engine, took 152 of the 152 podiums he won with the Renault engine.
F1addict.net learned that Red Bull reported to the parties yesterday that after the analysis of the Canadian GP, Honda would make the switch to the engine.
With the official announcement made by Red Bull today in the morning, the Austrian team was officially announced to use the Honda engine at the new look.
Red Bull's announcement that the deal with Honda was covered in 2019 and 2020.
Red Bull team boss Christian Horner said, "The multi-year deal with Honda marks the start of an exciting new era for Aston Martin Red Bull Racing's not only aiming to win races, but also for reaching the championship, It is. "
"We have decided that our partnership with Honda is the best for the team, we are impressed by Honda's commitment to F1, our relationship with our sister team Toro Rosso, and our ambition at the same level as us, and we are looking forward to working with Honda and chasing the championship." said.
The team will continue racing under the name Aston Martin Red Bull Racing.
Takahiro Hachigo, chairman of Honda Engine, said: "After we had a good relationship with Scuderia Toro Rosso, we decided to expand our Formula 1 presence with Aston Martin Red Bull Racing from 2019. Working with two teams means having twice as much money, working with Red Bull Racing will help me to win the race by building two strong partnerships and helping me to move on to the championship talks, thanks to Red Bull's open and respectful attitude towards Honda and a positive and fair deal for both sides. "
The partnership with Honda will strengthen Red Bull's bond with the Japanese manufacturer, which partnered with Toro Rosso in 2018. Honda has achieved great success in motor sports both in two-wheeled and four-wheeled cars.