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Honda could return to F1 in 2026 – report

Jun.24 Formula 1 and Volkswagen are getting nervous about delays in the finalisation of the engine rules for 2026. Porsche and Audi intend to enter F1 for the beginning of the simpler and greener set of new engine rules, but Auto Motor und Sport reports that 'renegotiations and internal quarrels' are holding up the green light. 'Actually, the World Council should approve the regulations on June 29,' said correspondent Michael Schmidt. 'Audi and Porsche are now pushing for the green light before the summer break, while the FIA is promising that it will come in July.' That probably won't be in time for the Austrian GP, though, which is where Porsche and Red Bull apparently wanted to make...
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