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Red Bull refuse to comment on Audi partnership as VW CEO says engine development has begun

Red Bull adviser Dr Helmut Marko has insisted that it is not his place to reveal any details about Porsche’s potential interest in partnering with the Milton Keynes-based side in 2026. Volkswagen chairman Herbert Diess has recently confirmed that their subsidiaries, Porsche and Audi, are seeking to join the pinnacle of motorsport in four years, with the former reportedly interested in supplying powertrains for Red Bull. There is slightly more ambiguity about Audi’s intentions though amid speculation that they are looking to buy Aston Martin, Williams or Sauber after interest in McLaren appeared to dissipate. Diess revealed that there was plenty of scepticism from the rest of the board...
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