Audi, Porsche will join talks over F1 engines

SPIELBERG, AUSTRIA – JUNE 27: Yuki Tsunoda of Japan driving the (22) Scuderia AlphaTauri AT02 Honda during the F1 Grand Prix of Styria at Red Bull Ring on June 27, 2021 in Spielberg, Austria. (Photo by Bryn Lennon/Getty Images) // Getty Images / Red Bull Content Pool // SI202106270374 // Usage for editorial use only //

As Formula 1 is ready to start discussing the new engine regulations, two new brands are set to join the talk too: Audi and Porsche.

In 2025, the new engine regulations are set to come into play, and Formula One already wants to start discussing them. Therefore, the representatives of Audi and Porsche will join the current F1 engine manufacturer in the upcoming discussion.

It is still unknown how the new Formula 1 engines will be since costs, standard parts, and the engine architecture are yet to be decided.

The meeting is scheduled for the upcoming weekend, and the FIA President, Jean Todt, Stefano Domenicali, and Ross Brawn should all be present alongside other representatives of the automotive side.

For Mercedes there will be Ola Kallenius, John Elkann for Ferrar, Luca de Meo for Renault, and Dietrich Mateschitz will rapresent Red Bull. Plus, according to what AMuS said, Markus Duesmann and Oliver Blume should also join the meeting for Audi and Porsche respectively.

Even though Audi did not express interest in joining the pinnacle of motorsport, the fact that Red Bull is now an independent engine producer could bring Audi to partner with the Milton Keynes-based team.

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