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GM Registers As F1 Engine Provider

General Motors has registered to become an engine provider in Formula 1.

If approved, GM would supply the engines for Andretti Global, Michael Andretti’s prospective U.S.-based F1 team.

“We are thrilled that our new Andretti Cadillac F1 entry will be powered by a GM power unit,” GM President Mark Reuss said in a release. “With our deep engineering and racing expertise, we’re confident we’ll develop a successful power unit for the series, and position Andretti Cadillac as a true works team.

“We will run with the very best, at the highest levels, with passion and integrity that will help elevate the sport for race fans around the world.”

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Andretti is hoping for a move into F1 as early as 2025. The FIA has approved the team’s bid to become an 11th organization in F1 but has received backlash from some of the existing teams, and F1 itself has not yet approved Andretti.

GM’s entrance into the series would not occur until 2028.

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Well, someone must finish last.


HAAS will still be there so there will be competition for last.

JD in NC

My guess is that Andretti won’t spend as long at the bottom of the F1 grid as Haas has. Andretti is used to running near the front in indycar whereas Haas only became successful in nascar after Tony signed on as co-owner.

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