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Sleuthing confirms Porsche will enter Formula 1 in 2026

It's been a poorly kept secret that Porsche are set to join Formula 1 in 2026 when the new engine regulations are introduced; however, the German manufacturer's arrival into the sport appears even more certain now. Whilst it was known that Porsche were planning to join Red Bull Racing, it was unknown as to what percentage they were aiming to make their own. Documents from Morocco have revealed that Porsche are planning on purchasing 50-percent of Red Bull's F1 operations, making them joint co-owners of the Austrian team. The deal will be agreed when the new regulations are announced, with Red Bull chief advisor Dr Helmut Marko insisting that if the regulations don't fit in with Porsche's...
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