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‘We will see what else comes': Audi looking to race on multiple fronts

Audi have set out an ambitious plan to dominate motorsport in multiple arenas following reports that they have agreed a deal to buy a stake in McLaren. In November, it was reported that Audi had successfully completed the purchase of the McLaren Group, but these reports were dismissed as 'wholly inaccurate” by the Woking-based company. However, Car Magazine reported last week that the Mumtalakat Holding Company – Bahrain’s sovereign wealth fund – is willing to sell its stake in the car brand and its Formula 1 team to Audi, who need the thumbs up from Volkswagen to complete the deal. It has also been reported that Audi will be teaming up with Porsche to supply engines to both...
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