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Christian Horner fires Porsche accusation after engine deal collapses

Red Bull are looking set to supply their own powertrains from 2026 or to return to a ‘works' relationship with Honda, after talks with German manufacturer Porsche sensationally broke down. It was reported that the VW-owned manufacturer simply demanded too much from the Austrian side, in regard to both the powertrain itself and their share in the team. Red Bull were unhappy that Porsche not only wanted a 50 percent stake in the team, but also that they wanted full control over the power unit. This left Red Bull team principal Christian Horner and chief technology officer Adrian Newey concerned, with Horner admitting that the Germans got 'a little bit ahead of themselves'....
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