17 Setiembre, 2017
Red Bull will still be powered by Renault until the end of next season, but that deal is very unlikely to be extended given Renault's frustration about how they are regularly criticised for the the power they provide.
Honda has struggled to get to grips with the part-electric, part-petrol engines since returning to the sport in 2015, while Red Bull and Renault have long been at odds during the hybrid era.
The drivers from Red Bull were tasked with opening a durian and eating the fruit. But, other than a brief virtual safety car deployed to clear away an advertising hoarding that had fallen onto the track, the session was uneventful.
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. However, although not confirmed yet, speculation suggests Renault could pull the plug next year - two years ahead of schedule.
As far as the rules are concerned, you try to beat the former, and try to help the latter.
F1 2017: Is Porsche Looking To Buy Out Red Bull?
He has arrived this year after six podiums in the last nine races.
The move will also work for the F1's new owners Liberty Media to have Porsche on board.
"He's going to have a child". Meanwhile, the upcoming Singapore GP this weekend is expected to witness some major announcements including that McLaren-Honda split, McLaren-Renault association, Torro Rosso-Honda merge and much more.
Red Bull is said to be looking to exit its F1 programme and could sell its stake to Porsche and continue as a brand sponsor.
The International Automobile Federation (FIA) attempted to ban the use of team orders in 2002, but the sport's governing body retracted the ban in 2011 as teams were continuing to find ways around the rule. "We've fortunately got one this year", he said. "Over the past decade the Singapore race has introduced many innovative elements and become an iconic and highly anticipated event on the F1 calendar", he said.
Force India decided to implement team orders after the race, with chief operating officer Otmar Szafnauer saying "if they can't sort themselves out then we'll have to do it for them".