Audi announced ahead of the Belgian Grand Prix that they would be entering the sport as a power unit manufacturer from 2026, meaning the famous four rings will grace the F1 grid for the first time in the history of the World Championship.

    Key to Audi’s entry were the revamped 2026 power unit regulations, with increased electrical power and the use of 100% sustainable fuels having convinced the iconic manufacturer to align with Formula 1.

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    Watch the video above as Lawrence Barretto and Rosanna Tennant break down all the key points from the announcement.