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BMW rules out return to F1: 'No guarantee of success'

The participation of Audi and Porsche have now been announced. But BMW has announced it is ruling out a return to the sport. The brand had its own Formula 1 team from 2006 to 2009, but prefers to focus on other projects. Article continues under ad BMW has been linked with a return to the sport, which they left in 2009 after collaborations with Williams and Sauber, among others. The new engine regulations that will apply from 2026 should make it more interesting for manufacturers to enter Formula 1. With a cheaper and less complex engine, the step towards participation should be smaller than before. Andreas Roos, the successor to Aston Martin team boss Mike Krack as head of BMW Motorsport...
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