Red Bull adviser Helmut Marko says the team is planning to leave Formula One racing unless it can get competitive Ferrari engines. Current engines supplied by Renault have been a major disappointment in terms of performance and reliability. An engine supply deal with Mercedes fell through earlier this week, and Ferrari seems understandably reluctant to supply their engine to a competing team. But you may remember that Ferrari stole Red Bull’s most prominent piece of racing technology, German driver Sebastian Vettel, in 2014.
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