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Possibly another manufacturer interested in entering F1: 'Nobody knows who'

According to Michael Schmidt, Honda would like to return to Formula 1, but a conversation with Red Bull Racing might be too late. Another manufacturer besides Honda, Porsche and Audi would also be interested in joining the sport. Article continues under ad It has been known for some time that the Volkswagen Group will enter the sport with Audi and Porsche as possible engine suppliers. Audi would see Alfa Romeo Sauber as the best option, while Porsche wants to join forces with Red Bull Racing. The partnership is rumoured to be announced at the Austrian Grand Prix, Red Bull's home circuit. Honda to return to F1? In a broadcast by Auto, Motor und Sport Schmidt reveals that Honda would also...
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