Four teams claim to participate in Formula 1 with Porsche.

Four teams claim to participate in Formula 1 with Porsche.

Jack Pluoya prominent Dutch F1 broadcaster, said on Ziggo Sport that the German sports car manufacturer, owned by Volkswagen, is in talks with Williams.

Porsche planned to enter the sport from 2026 Red Bullbut those talks fell through because the automaker wanted 50 percent control.

Porsche was thought to have subsequently lost interest in F1, but the FIA ​​president Mohammed Ben Sulayem said last week that negotiations were still ongoing.

Plooij believes the deal to buy a 50 percent stake in Williams is “almost complete”, while Auto Motor und Sport believes Red Bull-owned Alpha Tauri could still be in the running.

Correspondent Andreas Haupt also named Haas as a potential candidate, despite the American team’s close ties to Ferrari.

finally Michael AndrettiA potential F1 team could be the perfect partner for Porsche – with his famous father Mario indicating that plans are still progressing, even if the sport seems lukewarm about the eleventh entry.

“Michael is moving forward as if he had been given permission to put the team at the start,” Mario Andretti said in Austin, according to France’s Auto Hebdo.

“A lot of people don’t hear much about it, but we’re working every day to make a formal deal and we’re moving forward as if we already have it.

“Michael and his partners decided to take this risk. It shows how badly we want it to happen.”

Porsche F1’s current talks are believed to cover the period after 2026, as there is no time to prepare before the new engine regulations come into force.

Audi, another German automaker owned by VW, has already announced its 2026 Formula 1 entry.

An announcement is scheduled for Wednesday in which Sauber could be unveiled as Audi’s team partner in 2026, which would involve a rumored 75 percent buyout and full rebranding.

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