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Porsche's F1 deal collapses as Red Bull refuses offer of equal partnership
Porsche announced that its proposed entry into Formula One through a partnership with Red Bull Racing is off as officials of the racing team prefer to have greater independence.
The German auto manufacturer had been expected to join the global motorsport series in 2026 and take a 50 percent stake in the UK-based team.
In pushing for greater independence, Red Bull advisor Helmut Marko, team principal Christian Horner, and technical director Adrian Newey did not agree to a partnership that would be based on an equal footing, which would include not only an engine partnership but also the team
The value of Red Bull had also increased since the negotiations began, according to F1-Insider, which might have made things even more difficult.
Additionally, Horner has left open the possibility of continuing the team's ongoing affiliation with Honda.
However, Porsche's participation in Formula One does not appear to be completely ruled out. The sport will remain "an appealing environment for Porsche, which will continue to be monitored," according to the company's statement, which underlined the many regulation changes for 2026.
An option for Porsche is a union with Andretti Autosport.