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Horner chimes in on reports of potential Honda F1 comeback

Christian Horner says Red Bull's F1 engineering partnership with Honda will follow its course until the end of 2025, but there are no plans so far for the two companies to extend their collaboration beyond that term. Recent reports have alleged that Honda could return to F1 has an official power unit supplier at the inception of the sport's new engine regulations in 2026. However, Red Bull Racing is expected to partner with Porsche from 2026, with the German manufacturer joining the grid as an engine supplier as part of the VW Group's commitment to Formula 1 that should also include its Audi affiliate, with the latter linking up with Sauber. Red Bull has invested heavily in its own engine...
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