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Red Bull ‘brave' to reject Porsche deal – Wolff

Sep.27 Red Bull is 'brave' to have said no to a works Porsche collaboration and partial team buyout, according to Formula 1 rival Toto Wolff. Most insiders thought the Red Bull-Porsche deal was essentially set in stone until both sides confirmed that talks ultimately did not result in a deal. 'It's a brave strategy to position yourself autonomously,' Wolff, boss of the works Mercedes team, told motorsport-total.com. 'Having your own power unit and not being dependent on an OEM is what Red Bull always wanted. I'm curious to see how they go with that in 2026, 2027 and 2028. 'It's clearly the setting of a new trend and I'm also curious to see whether Porsche comes back along and brands the...
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