Gernot Döllner, who took over as the CEO of Audi in September, has said the manufacturer will go ahead with its planned entry into Formula 1 in 2026.
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Sauber, which will become the Audi Formula 1 team in 2026, has dismissed rumours casting doubt on the manufacturer’s commitment to the series.
Neel Jani has been named by Audi as their simulator driver to help support development of their 2026 power unit.
Alfa Romeo has announced the return of James Key to the team as its new technical director following his departure from McLaren.
Audi have provided an update on the progress of their Formula 1 project at the Shanghai International Automobile Industry Exhibition.
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The FIA has confirmed six engine manufacturers have signed up to produce power units for the forthcoming set of regulations which will arrive in 2026.
German car manufacturer Audi has purchased a minority stake in Sauber, the Formula 1 team has confirmed.
Andreas Seidl has departed as McLaren team principal to become Sauber’s CEO, with Andrea Stella taking his place.
Audi has begun construction of an extension to its engine facility where the manufacturer will build the Formula 1 power units it will race in 2026.
Valtteri Bottas sees “big potential” from the recently-announced tie-up between Audi and Sauber, which will begin in 2026.
Audi has announced which Formula 1 team it will supply power units to when it enters the world championship in 2026.
Audi has confirmed it will enter F1 in 2026, which is the same year it will stop launching combustion-engined cars. The manufacturer explained why the move makes sense.
Alfa Romeo have confirmed they will end their partnership with Sauber, which runs their Formula 1 team, at the conclusion of the 2023 season.
Audi says its Formula 1 power unit programme will be entirely exclusive from Porsche’s, if its fellow Volkswagen Group brand also joins the world championship.
Audi’s entry into Formula 1 in 2026 has finally been officially confirmed.
Mercedes and Ferrari deny they are holding up approval of Formula 1’s new regulations for 2026 in order to disadvantage potential new rivals Porsche and Audi.
A sell-out crowd of 240,000 will attend the first of two F1 races in the USA this year as Liberty reaps the benefits of its focus on America.
The Volkswagen Group is inching closer to committing two of its brands to participate in Formula 1 after the proposals were discussed at a board meeting yesterday.