• Development of a power unit for the premier class of motorsport from the 2026 season
  • Hybrid power unit will be developed at the Audi Sport facility in Neuburg an der Donau under Adam Baker’s leadership
  • New rules focusing on sustainability and cost efficiency are important factors for getting involved
  • Change at Audi Sport: after successful restructure, Julius Seebach passes the baton to Rolf Michl

Audi enters the premier class of motorsport. From 2026, the premium brand will compete in the FIA Formula 1 World Championship with a specially developed power unit. The project will be based at Audi Sport’s facility in Neuburg near Ingolstadt. This is the first time in more than a decade that a Formula 1 power train will be built in Germany.

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