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White smoke on the horizon for Porsche and Audi

©SeanBullDesign Although discussions are still ongoing over the finer points of Grand Prix racing's next engine regulations that will come into force in 2026, Porsche is expected to officialize its partnership with Red Bull at next month's Austrian Grand Prix, while Audi is finalizing its equity stake in Sauber. Formula 1's future power unit regs will retain the current 1.6-litre V6 hybrid format but include an increase of the electrical output to 350 kW as well as the exclusion of the costly MGU-H element and the use of 100 per cent sustainable fuels. Furthermore, manufacturers will design and development their engines according to a new cost cap limit. The changes – which will ensure...
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