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Horner holds cards to chest: 'It would be logical'

Horner holds cards to chest: 'It would be logical'

15 May - 08:26 Last update: 10:20
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Red Bull Racing still has no intention of saying anything about the talks underway with Porsche. The brand reportedly wants to collaborate with the Austrian racing stable, but after Helmut Marko, Christian Horner is also not giving any clarity about the future.

The Volkswagen Group announced earlier this calendar year that it wants to join Formula 1 starting in 2026. Behind the scenes, then, Porsche is working hard on possible collaborations that should take place in four years' time. The Austrians seem to be one of the main contenders, with both AlphaTauri and Red Bull reportedly being discussed.

However, the team of Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez does not seem to want to say anything for the time being. Previously, various media tried to contact Marko, but the advisor of the formation stated that he did not want to reveal anything for the time being.

Horner remains cryptic about possible deal

Horner took the same position in conversation with Speedcafe.com the same position. "We’re just starting a new journey as a power unit manufacturer for 2026, so of course it would be logical for us to look at, and hold discussions about potential corporate cooperation. But it’s still very early days, there’s nothing to report," the team boss said.

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