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Red Bull and Honda extend their agreement until the end of 2025

The Japanese motorist announced his departure from F1 at the end of last season, but they would continue to work together in a different way. That


The Japanese motorist announced his departure from at the end of last season, but they would continue to work together in a different way. That agreement was going to be for a collaboration during the 2022 season. However, they are pleased to announce that their relationship will continue until the end of the current era. Helmut Marko, Christian Horner and Koji Watanabe have spoken about this.

Dr. Helmut Marko, Motorsports Advisor, Oracle Red Bull Racing:

“We thank Honda for their positive response in working together. We are excited to continue our partnership in F1 through the end of 2025 with the Honda supplied power unit. We have had a successful relationship so far, winning the drivers’ championship in 2021 and currently leading the driver and team standings, with the aim of securing both titles in 2022.”

Christian Horner, CEO and Team Principal of Red Bull Powertrains:

’s partnership with Honda has been incredibly successful and we are pleased that it will continue until the end of the current era of FIA power unit regulations in 2025.”

Koji Watanabe, Head of Corporate Communications Monitoring Unit, Honda Motor and President of Honda Racing Corporation:

“We have agreed to continue to support Red Bull Power Trains in through HRC, following Red Bull’s request to extend our current agreement. That HRC can deliver on its existing resources. Once again, we aim to use our stake at the pinnacle of motorsports for the development of technologies and our workforce.