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Ferrari reach FIA agreement after Red Bull dispute

The major regulation changes that came into effect at the start of last season are just the beginning of a major rule revamp in Formula 1. In 2026, the engine regulations will change, forcing teams to go back to the drawing board and try to create the most competitive power unit they possibly can under the new guidance. Audi have seen this as the perfect opportunity to enter Formula 1 and will spend the new few seasons designing and preparing their power unit before taking over Sauber ahead of the 2026 season. Red Bull will also be using this as an opportunity for change, as the team will officially switch from Honda engines to ‘Red Bull Powertrains’, creating their own power units...
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