Red Bull has shared video of the ongoing work at its Powertrains site in Milton Keynes, as F1 reveals new 2022 intro title.
Since Honda announced the departure from F1, Red Bull stepped up with the idea of ‘Red Bull Powertrains’, eyeing the 2025/26 FIA engine regulations change. While there are multiple speculations linking of manufacturer’s help, but work goes on at Milton Keynes.
Not far off from its main headquarters where the simulator and chassis section is housed, they started the work on the new Powertrains division early in 2021. Since then, they have built a whole new building to house the big machines needed for manufacturing.
Even though Honda is helping Red Bull and AlphaTauri via its Sakura base in Japan for the 2022 F1 engine and perhaps beyond it, the team is pushing as ever to have everything in place before the big overhaul on the engine side.
Meanwhile, with Honda still extending an outside support to the team for 2022, Masashi Yamamoto is already in Bahrain for the first race and was spotted chatting with Sergio Perez. He is captioned to be as ‘Red Bull Racing Consultant’.
Here’s the video:
Staying with F1 news, the sport released a new intro title for the 2022 season which includes Kevin Magnussen after he replaced Nikita Mazepin last week. It also features Max Verstappen as the last driver after Lewis Hamilton after winning the 2021 title.
Here’s new F1 2022 intro: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s5VCm-YxrKQ
Here’s all the details of F1 teams and drivers ahead of 2022
Here’s the latest update to FIA Sporting Regs for 2022
Here’s the lap count of F1 drivers/teams after both F1 2022 tests
Here’s F1 2022 sponsor list
Here’s Max Verstappen on 2022