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Audi and Porsche entering F1? 'Next weekend there is a meeting'

In the new episode of Slipstream the guys discuss the engine changes of Mercedes and Red Bull Racing and also the news that Audi and Porsche might come to Formula 1 from 2026. According to Kees van de Grint it will be interesting to see what that will look like. "Moreover, I also still think, we only have seven Grands Prix left, in my opinion it is then seven times 300 kilometres plus a bit of qualifying. A lot more than 3000 kilometres you're not going to drive, let it be 3500 kilometres. It's a guessing game if you say you can't do that with one engine", says Allard Kalff in reaction to the engine change of Max Verstappen and Valtteri Bottas. Whether Lewis Hamilton has yet to...
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