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Toto Wolff reacts to Red Bull's ‘very bold' strategy

Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff was left disappointed after hearing the news that Red Bull won't be partnering with Porsche from 2026, after the 50-year-old was excited to take on another German manufacturer. With new engine regulations set to be introduced in 2026, the Volkswagen Group had announced that both Audi and Porsche would enter the championship from 2026, as engine suppliers. Whilst Audi were recently confirmed by Formula 1 to be joining the championship in four years, Porsche are yet to be officially announced by the championship. Audi are looking likely to takeover Sauber when the new regulations are introduced, with the VW-owned manufacturer eager for a German driver...
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