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Porsche buys 50 percent stake in Red Bull

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Porsche has finally made its plan to join Formula 1 official by acquiring a significant stake in Red Bull’s F1 division.

The news follows years of speculation and rumors.

Even though the deal is not officially signed, a document has revealed details of Porsche’s ambitious plan.

The document in question was published by the Conseil de la Concurrence, a Moroccan authority that regulates competition in motorsports, and it was made public to comply with antitrust laws.

Yup, this means that bureaucracy is actually doing us a favor for once.

According to the Conseil, Porsche first revealed the proposed deal on July 8 ahead of the Austrian Grand Prix.

And the idea was to make

The document in question was published by the Conseil de la Concurrence, a Moroccan authority that regulates competition in motorsports, and it was made public to comply with antitrust laws.

Yup, this means that bureaucracy is actually doing us a favor for once.

According to the Conseil, Porsche first revealed the proposed deal on July 8 ahead of the Austrian Grand Prix.

And the idea was to make the official announcement after the race but that didn’t happen due to a delay involving the FIA.

the official announcement after the race but that didn’t happen due to a delay involving the FIA.

The new 2026 engine regulations, which are anticipated to change the current standards with the usage of synthetic fuels and smaller engines, will probably coincide with Porsche’s F1 debut.

Porsche has won races in just about every type of motorsport competition you can imagine, although these days Formula E and endurance competitions are typically associated with the brand.

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Porsche participated more than 50 Formula 1 and Formula 2 races in the late 1950s and early 1960s, winning the 1962 French Grand Prix with American driver Dan Gurney at the wheel.

Porsche left Formula One after the 1964 season and didn’t return until 1991, when it supplied engines to the Footwork Arrows F1 team.

It went horribly.

The first six GPs used Porsche engines, however none of the six Porsche-powered F1 cars managed to finish the race.

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