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This is what Porsche-backed Red Bull's sleek new livery could look like

For months, it has been one of the worst kept secrets in Formula 1 that Porsche are set to supply Red Bull with engines from the 2026 season. The German car maker has already started work on engine development when the new technical regulations come into play in four years’ time due to the length of time it takes to develop a power unit in Formula 1. Joining the pinnacle of motorsport next year would mean coming in as the slowest engine on the grid, so Porsche would have to work for three seasons to try and get on par with Mercedes, Ferrari, Honda and Renault power – likely to no avail – which would expend resources. It would also cost a lot of money, so by the time they would reach...
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