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'F1 has new engine for 2026, opening door for Porsche and Audi'

The ball is in the court. Auto, Motor und Sport Is reporting that Formula 1 has tied the knot for the new engine from 2026 onwards. The MGU-H will disappear from the current model and Energy Recovery will only be gained on the rear axle. This all leads to the fact that Audi and Porsche would like to commit to F1 for the long term. New Formula 1 engine In 2022 the cars in Formula 1 will change, but the engines will remain the same. Until 2025 the current engines will be used, but from 2026 there will be a change. Formula 1 has come to an agreement with the current manufacturers. The manufacturers are willing to give up a part of their lead, but only when Porsche and Audi make a long term...
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