Helmut Marko ensures to give nothing away about a potential Red Bull-Porsche partnership

Red Bull advisor, Helmut Marko keeps his jaw shut on a potential Red Bull- Porsche Alliance, while Audi seeks to buy their way into Formula 1.

Helmut Marko
Helmut Marko

The world of Formula 1 continues evolving year by year. Each season the Formula 1 head of personnel try to grow the sport by efforts such as adding new venues, developing new rules for better racing prospects and a potential for new teams to enter the sport. The current season of the sport itself is dictated by such efforts where the cars are designed under fresh aerodynamic rules and has translated into closer racing on track. In line of such efforts, Formula 1 is set to view a rule change by 2026.

The 2026 is set to write another chapter in the history of Formula 1. The massive rule changes are around the engine, fuel used, chassis and auto crash prevention. Come 2026, Formula 1 part ways with the MGU-H component of the engine. The sports also commits towards a usage of 100% sustainable synthetic fuel. The cars would be much lighter with a speculated feature of detecting if another car is going slow on track.

Porsche-Red Bull and Audi-Mclaren, Future Alliances Of Formula 1

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Formula 1’s recent boom in popularity adds to the list of reasons attracting the big name manufactures to the sport. The efforts by the FIA has encouraged Volkswagen group to commit their future to Formula 1 with Porsche and Audi. The Red Bull is strongly linked to join forces with Porsche, while Audi aims to seek full control of an existing Formula 1 team.

The Red Bull commenced their power unit project after Honda parting ways from the sport at the end of 2021. As a result, Red Bull Power Trains was born which still seeks intelligence by Honda. Red Bull advisor, Helmut Marko refrained from commenting on Red Bull-Porsche partnership as he said, “I can’t say anything about that. You have to ask Mr. Diess about that.”

Volkswagen CEO, Herbet Diess also did not give anything away about a future alliance between the two parties. The other company under the Volkswagen umbrella, Audi has been linked for a long time to seek ownership of the Mclaren. However, the negotiations between the two parties concluded in form of a disappointment for the German manufacturer. The prospect of getting two new teams added to the grid of Formula 1 is really thrilling and the future of the sport looks really bright.

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