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17 September 2017, 05:21 | Henrietta Morgan
This might have contributed to the recent deal that will be officially launched this weekend at the Grand Prix of Singapore, where McLaren will be supplied Renault engines in a bid to try to keep Fernando Alonso for a few more seasons, which looks like it's set to happen.
Both are race winners and likely to be of interest to Ferrari and Mercedes.
Honda have been a part of Formula One as a constructor and engine supplier - on and off - since 1964, but they have struggled with current regulations which require a hybrid, part-electric power unit.
Red Bull has been linked to Volkswagen-owned brands Audi and Porsche in the past, with the latter acknowledging this month that it was considering a return to Grand Prix racing. Should Toro Rosso move up the grid with a better Japanese engine, then it will be no surprise if Red Bull uses Honda power starting in the 2019 season.
Losing Ricciardo would be a major blow to the team as he has the potential to be a world champion, so Red Bull are eager to retain him. I think we've got a good package.
"That's obviously what I'm trying to do with myself and Red Bull at the moment, but beyond that of course I want to be in the quickest vehicle every year".
Ricciardo added he is hoping the pain the team took at Monza, after incurring a 25-place grid penalty over changes to the vehicle, will pay off in Singapore and allow him his second win of the season following his victory at Azerbaijan in June.
We will let the video below show you how that went.
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. There will be further developments with that but that doesn't relate to the engine.
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When asked whether Singapore had come away with a cheaper deal, Carey and Iswaran declined to comment on details. The new deal removes that doubt and also secures Formula One's future in the region.