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Aston Martin, Red Bull In Formula 1 Talks Over Mercedes Engine Deal

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 07 / 06 / 15

Aston Martin is "negotiating a shock return to Formula 1 in a tie-up with Red Bull for next season" that would bring the team Mercedes engines, according to Holder & Freeman of AUTOSPORT. In a deal that is currently still under negotiation, Aston Martin would "become brand partner with four-time...

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Sochaux Owner Hopes To Sell Club By January

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