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Formula 1 set to race in Germany again as Volkswagen circles

Hockenheim and the Nurburgring have been put on red-alert following Volkswagen's announcement that both Porsche and Audi will be joining the championship in 2026, with new hope of a future German Grand Prix. Formula 1 hasn't raced in Germany since the highly dramatic 2019 German Grand Prix, where a number of frontrunners crashed in the heavy rain at Hockenheim. The German Grand Prix has been replaced over recent years by glamorous races in venues such as Miami, however Volkswagen's recent announcement has given German circuits hope that the sport will return. Formula 1 CEO Stefano Domenicali has recently sounded upbeat about a potential return to Germany. “Something that could...
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