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Volkswagen wants F1 cars to be four-wheel drive

Jul.13 Volkswagen brands Audi and Porsche want Formula 1 to adopt four-wheel drive for the next set of engine regulations from 2025 or 2026. The CEOs of both German luxury carmakers attended Formula 1's recent meeting at the Red Bull Ring to discuss the future of the engine rules. Writing in La Gazzetta dello Sport, correspondent Andrea Cremonesi said all the stakeholders fundamentally agree that F1 is sticking with its hybrid concept, but making it simpler and cheaper. The details are less clear, but according to Cremonesi, Volkswagen may only consider entering F1 with one of its brands if a fundamental element changes. 'Strengthened by the experiences in WEC and Formula E, the two...
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