Ford-Red Bull F1 progress “on track”, as CEO offers 1970’s era comparison

The American car company has tied up with the Milton Keynes-based squad to work on the new 2026 engine that is being prepared by the Red Bull Powertrains division. Ford has been tapped up because it offers the exact kind of battery expertise that Red Bull needs for the new engine regulations that are coming into play – where electrical energy will account for around 50% of the overall …Keep reading

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