In the wake of the FIA announcing it would delay the introduction of its ‘greener’ engine regulations – which will be turbocharged V6 units – until 2014, the team will look to continue with the same powerplants “at least until 2013”, according to a report in Italy’s Autosprint.
An extension to the relationship is also logical given that the team also enjoys a sponsorship deal with the carmaker Infiniti, a subsidiary of the Renault-owned Nissan group.
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