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Audi begins major rebuild for Formula 1 project

Audi has started work on expanding the car brand's Motorsport Competence Centre in Neuberg. The complex will have a new building that will mainly house the test benches for the new F1 engines. Article continues under ad Audi shows ambition for 2026 Audi will make its entry into Formula 1 in 2026. From that year, it will replace Alfa Romeo as partner of the Sauber F1 team. Audi will become Sauber's 'strategic partner', which includes developing engines for the German car brand. The joined forces of the two brands bode well. Indeed, Audi appears to have started work on rebuilding the factory to start preparing the new engines as soon as possible. Volkswagen Group, Audi's parent organisation,...
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