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Audi and Porsche set to enter F1 as engine suppliers, McLaren to be sold

Audi and Porsche are set to enter Formula 1 as engine suppliers in 2026, according to Car Magazine. Rumours circulated earlier in the season that Audi had agreed a deal to buy the McLaren Group, but these were quickly dismissed by the Woking-based outfit. However, it has now been reported that the deal between the two parties is all but agreed. Diligence has yet to be completed, but major shareholders at McLaren are said to have agreed the sale of the team and its automotive arm to the German car giant. Porsche and Audi are both said to be waiting for approval from Volkswagen to go ahead with the arrangement. READ: Ricciardo opens up on ‘tough love’ at Red Bull vs ‘family-style’...
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