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Porsche in frame for Red Bull Racing buyout

Leading German marque Porsche could enter Formula 1 ahead of the next engine regulation changes in 2021, which could involve the purchase of championship winning F1 team Red Bull Racing.  It emerged during the days following the Italian Grand Prix in Monza that Porsche was in serious talks with FOM’s Ross Brawn in regards to entering Formula 1 as an engine supplier, or potentially as a works team with a collaboration with Red Bull Racing. “F1 could be one of the right places,” Lutz Meschk,...

Read 1 week ago, F1 Hub, Red Bull Racing

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Aston Martin named as Red Bull's 2018 title sponsor

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Read 1 day ago, Formula 1 Blog, Red Bull Racing