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Horner suggests it would be ‘logical' for Red Bull to partner with Porsche

Red Bull team principal Christian Horner notes that it would be prudent to open up discussions with Porsche about a potential power supply in 2026, but confirms that nothing has been set in stone yet. Volkswagen are planning to enter Formula 1 in four years’ time with their subsidiaries – Audi and Porsche – aiming to form relationships with teams for varying reasons. While Porsche would like to manufacture a powertrains package for a team – Volkswagen chairman Herbert Diess has suggested work has already begun – Audi are seeking to buy an existing team on the grid, with Aston Martin currently looking the most likely option. READ: Horner reveals how close Perez came to retiring...
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