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Here's what needs to happen for an F1 commitment from Audi and Porsche

The Volkswagen Group wants to join Formula 1 with Audi and Porsche starting in 2026. However, there are still some things that need to happen before the German brand can actually make a commitment. New plans from Formula 1 It is an open secret that Volkswagen is emphatically knocking on the door of Formula 1. With Audi and Porsche, the group has two real sports brands that wouldn't be out of place in F1, of course. For the sport itself, it would also be nice to add two such car brands to the field of participants. F1, therefore, went far to involve the Volkswagen Group in the new plans for 2026. At the moment there is no manufacturer that wants to enter F1, because you will have to invest...
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