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Signs look good for Audi, Porsche arrival in F1

Audi and Porsche are set to join the ranks of F1 engine manufacturers in 2026 after it was agreed to drop the MGU-H. That is according to Auto Motor und Sport, who say a final decision on the long-term regulations for power units is set to be made before next week’s Turkish Grand Prix. Links between the two brands within the Volkswagen Group and Formula 1 have strengthened in the last few months since they attended a meeting at the Red Bull Ring this summer of F1 stakeholders regarding the future direction for engines. It was reported that in order for Audi and Porsche to enter the sport, they were setting a condition that the MGU-H element had to go. Mercedes recently expressed support...
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