Red Bull Powertrains
Established in 2021, Red Bull Powertrains currently collaborates with Honda in supplying power units to Oracle Red Bull Racing and Visa Cash App RB.
This successful collaboration has resulted in The Team winning both the Driver’s title and Constructor’s title in 2022 and 2023. The partnership is set to continue until the conclusion of the 2025 season when the next generation of engines will be introduced. Simultaneously, alongside its participation in the current F1 championship, Red Bull Powertrains is working to develop a power unit that complies with the 2026 regulations. This development is underway in its newly built factory at the Red Bull Technology Campus, led by the talented engineering team specifically hired for this new challenge in the team's history. Ford has joined the project as a strategic partner, providing support with various technical developments using their expertise in EV.
Speaking about Red Bull Powertrains, CEO Christian Horner, said: “This represents a significant step for Red Bull in its Formula One journey. We now begin the work of bringing the power unit division in-house and integrating the new facilities and personnel into our Technology Campus.”