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Volkswagen not denying Red Bull buying rumours


Volkswagen not denying Red Bull buying rumours

Volkswagen not denying Red Bull buying rumours


Volkswagen on Saturday said it would not comment on speculation it might be the solution to Red Bull’s engine dilemma.

With the energy drink-owned stable now confirming its impending split with Renault, team officials also admitted in Singapore that an alternative engine deal with Ferrari is still not agreed.

Eddie Jordan, a former team owner and boss who has regularly broken major stories thanks to his insider contacts, claimed on the British broadcaster BBC late on Friday that the VW Group is close to buying Red Bull, possibly through its Audi brand.

“Please understand that we will not be joining the speculation,” a Volkswagen spokesman told the German news agency DPA on Saturday. (GMM)

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  1. maserati123

    2015/09/20 at 11:26 pm

    AFTER CHEATING WITH THEIR DIESEL CARS IN THE USA,WILL THEY CHEAT IN F1 ALSO.LETS HOPE NOT.

  2. JustCoz

    2015/09/20 at 6:05 am

    Of course they’re not denying it, because in another article, they did deny it, which the writer went on to say was as good as confirming it. Eddie better not be looking to visit VW headquarters any time soon, for all the trouble he’s stirred up I’m sure he would NOT be a welcome guest. I don’t know how many times I’ve heard VW, Audi, or Porsche was coming back to F1, and every time, no matter how wild the rumors got, it still hasn’t happened. So I won’t be holding my breath.

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