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'F1 announces more on 2026 before Turkey, possible arrival of Audi and Porsche'

Before the Turkish Grand Prix there will be more clarity about the engines from 2026 according to Michael Schmidt. According to the journalist of Auto, Motor und Sport Audi and Porsche will join the race if the rules become as they seem now. Formula One teams' current engines will last until at least 2024. For now, new engines are still scheduled to be introduced in F1 from 2025, but it looks increasingly likely that those plans will be pushed back by one year. The current engines, which are no longer allowed to be developed from 2022 onwards, will then last until 2025. Read more What is the best time for Mercedes and Hamilton to switch engines? Porsche and Audi to F1 From 2026 onwards...
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