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Red Bull reveal they've received ‘surprising enquiries'

Red Bull and Porsche's 2026 partnership is officially off, after the Austrian team were unhappy with the offer presented by the Volkswagen-owned manufacturer. Porsche were demanding a 50 percent share in the team, making them equal owners. As well as this, they wanted to be in full control of the power unit which they were going to supply to Red Bull from 2026, something Red Bull weren't happy about having not long opened their own powertrain department. Both parties announced that the deal was off, with the German manufacturer having released the following statement. READ: Charles Leclerc warns Ferrari about Red Bull ‘sandbagging’ “The two companies have now jointly come to the...
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