• Wolff still hopes Porsche's 'marketing dollars' make it to F1

    Il y a 4 mois - Par F1i

    Porsche won't be entering Formula 1 in 2026 with Red Bull as everyone anticipated, but Mercedes boss Toto Wolff still hopes the manufacturer and its massive marketing power find their way to the grid in the future.
    Red Bull and Porsche recently called off their talks to form a joint-venture in F1 that would have seen the Stuttgart marque partner on equal terms with the energy drink company.
    But Red Bull had second thoughts about selling half of its interest in its team to a partner that would have potentially weighed down the F1 outfit in terms of its decision-making procedures and...
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  • Red Bull's Wache says 2026 engine is 'massive challenge'

    Red Bull's Wache says 2026 engine is 'massive challenge'

    Il y a 4 mois - Par F1i

    Red Bull technical director Pierre Wache says the team's new engine department - Red Bull Powertrains - is facing a "massive challenge" to produce from scratch its 2026 F1 power unit.
    Red Bull Powertrains, which was set up in the past year for the purpose of bringing engine development in-house at Milton Keynes, is already hard at work on its next-generation F1 engine that will be introduced from 2026.
    Last month, the FIA and Formula 1 finally agreed on the sport's all-new engine regulations that will lead to the development of a unit that will use significantly less energy and produce net...
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