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Ford CEO visits new Red Bull powertrains campus

Ford CEO Jim Farley visits the new Red Bull Powertrains campus in Milton Keynes, ahead of their partnership in 2026.

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Ford CEO Jim Farley has visited the new Red Bull Powertrains campus ahead of their planned entry to Formula 1 with the team in 2026.

The car giant announced its involvement with the team at their RB19 car launch in February, where they confirmed their partnership with the Red Bull Powertrains division to produce the electrified elements of the power unit.

The team will be one of five other entrants including Audi and Honda, the latter of whom will continue their involvement despite their deal with Red Bull ending in 2025.

RacingNews365.com previously revealed that Ferrari were banned from the Power Unit Working Group meeting in December, after the team did not register in protest of what it saw as unfair provisions in the regulations that favour incoming PU suppliers.

Farley appeared at the campus in Milton Keynes, in front of the new sign which also shows the Ford logos in with Red Bull.

Red Bull team boss, Christian Horner, said in a post on social media: "Great to have Ford CEO Jim Farley visit the Campus today and see the 2026 Red Bull Ford engine project coming to life."

Check out the post below.


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