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'Audi and Porsche ready to enter F1 with McLaren and Red Bull'

Possibly good news for Audi and Porsche: The entry of the Volkswagen Group into Formula 1 is said to be as good as finalized, reports the English website Car Magazine. The two car brands would only be waiting for the approval of Volkswagen's supervisory board. Audi and Porsche will then make their appearance in 2026. Audi would partner with McLaren, while Porsche would focus on Red Bull Racing. There would be a scenario where Audi/McLaren and Porsche/Red Bull would team up to compete against Ferrari and Mercedes in the upcoming era. Audi would also take over the motorsport division at Woking and the automotive part of the team at McLaren. According to Car Magazine, lawyers from both...
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