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Wolff: Porsche/Red Bull would've been a mega entry

Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff said it was a shame the Porsche and Red Bull talks failed as he believes a Porsche Red Bull Formula 1 team would've been a mega entry. Porsche and Red Bull announced earlier in September that their talks to join forces in an F1 project from 2026 onwards – when the new power unit regulations will come into effect – have ceased with no agreement reached. Mercedes Toto Wolff regrets that outcome, claiming he was looking forward to his team, Mercedes slugging it out with a Porsche-Red Bull combo. 'It’s a shame obviously,' Wolff told the media about the Porsche's and Red Bull's failure to reach an agreement on an F1 spell. 'For me as a Mercedes...
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