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MGU-H ‘scrapped to clear path for Audi/Porsche'

The MGU-H element will be removed from the 2026 engines – an agreement which means Porsche and Audi will reportedly join Formula 1. The current V6 turbo-hybrid engines used in Formula 1 have not always proven particularly popular with fans or manufacturers alike. While the sound has been a major change from the old V8s, another big concern with the V6 engines is their complexity and cost – something that makes it near impossible for a new engine manufacturer to enter Formula 1 and start from scratch. Talks had been ongoing for a while over the new power units to come in from 2026, and Auto Motor und Sport report that finally an agreement has been reached. Mercedes, Ferrari,...
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