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Porsche only interested in working with ‘strong partner’ for F1 entry

Porsche only interested in working with ‘strong partner’ for F1 entry

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Porsche’s CFO has said they will only work with a “strong partner” as they look to make their way onto the Formula 1 grid.

In May, Volkswagen’s chief executive, Herbert Diess, confirmed Audi and Porsche will enter Formula 1 in 2026 but their exact method of entry has yet to be established.

It is suggested Audi will look to enter as their own team while Porsche will work with an existing team on their way into the sport.

Red Bull has been heavily speculated as the team who Porsche are looking to join up with and now their CFO Lutz Meschke has said they will only work with “a strong partner.”

“If we get involved in the top class of racing, then it will be with a strong partner,” Meschke said, as reported by faz.net. newspaper.

Red Bull team boss Christian Horner described discussions with Audi and Porsche as “logical” when he was asked about it earlier in the season.

“It is obviously great, the commitment that VW stated as the parent company to both Porsche…

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