Are the alliances of Audi with Williams and Porsche with McLaren coming?

It would happen in 2025, when German automakers enter Formula 1 as motorcyclists.

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In the F1 they work on various fronts related to their future. One has to do with the new power units that would come into force in 2025. If all goes as expected, with the new engines will also arrive two new automakers: Audi y Porsche, who currently participate as guests in the talks that are held to define the new regulations.

The priority of all parties involved in this decision is that the new engines are cheaper, technically simpler and at the same time friendly to the environment.

WilliamsThe interest shown by Audi and Porsche has been well received in the Maxima paddock. "It's great that the big brands are interested in entering Formula 1", recognized Toto wolffResponsible for Mercedes.

"Anyone who wants to enter the category has to be aware that it takes time to win and that is what makes Formula 1 so special", He added.

The concrete thing is that the brands of the Grupo Volkswagen They have been very enthusiastic about the proposals that are being made and this has led to the discussion of the possible alliances that each one would have.

The German newspaper picture, for example, bet that Audi to team up with Williams, although they are also in the crosshairs Red Bull y AlphaTauri. While Porsche would return with an old acquaintance: McLaren, with whom he achieved victories and titles in the mid-1980s.

Changing the power units is an important step for the F.1, but it would not be as radical as when the current 6-liter turbo-hybrid V1.6s debuted in 2014 as replacements for the 8-liter V2.4. 

In addition to the use of non-fossil fuel and 100% sustainable, the MGU-H, element of the power unit that is responsible for generating electrical energy from exhaust gases. To make up for her absence the MGU-K, which converts the kinetic energy generated during braking into electricity, would have greater power.

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