Andretti-Red Bull partnership next year?

Formula 1: Rumors of Andretti-Red Bull partnership intensify: The Andreti-Red Bull partnership could escalate in the future as rumors have intensified after Michael Andretti met Red Bull team captain Christian Horner at the inaugural Miami Grand Prix. The 59-year-old hopes to persuade the FIA ​​to enter the top of motorsport. Follow Formula 1 update on InsideSport.IN.

The talk of IndretCar’s F1 entry from IndyCar seemed like a rumor, but the Americans then signed an engine deal with Renault. Similarly, he had a real discussion with Alfa Romeo about taking control of the group.

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Formula 1: Andretti-Red Bull Partnership? Rumors escalate after Michael Andretti meets Christian Horner at the Miami GP

Andretti is currently surveying his preferences and the latest discussion was held with Christian Horner. Photographs from the Miami Paddock show that Michael Andretti was campaigning hard for the approval of each party during a rally with Red Bull and Alfa Romeo.

Formula 1: Andretti-Red Bull Partnership?  Rumors escalate after Michael Andretti meets Christian Horner at the Miami GP
Formula 1: Michael Andretti wants his F1 team on the grid by 2024.

Formula 1: Andretti-Red Bull Partnership? Rumors escalate after Michael Andretti meets Christian Horner at the Miami GP

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F1 journalist Jenna Frere uploaded a photo showing Christian Horner meeting with Andretti, as the pair appeared to be in deep discussion.

Formula 1: Andretti-Red Bull Partnership?  Rumors escalate after Michael Andretti meets Christian Horner at the Miami GP
Formula 1: Michael Andretti meets Christian Horner at the Miami Grand Prix.

Frere posted a picture of Andretti asking for help to access F1. Laurent Rossi, meanwhile, appears to have backed the French group’s advantage while Jacques Brown backed McLaren’s support for the initiative.

Andretti saw the opening Miami GP as an important opportunity to establish a connection and organization around Paddock. The American wants to be on the grid with his own group by 2024, and a healthy working relationship with big players like the Red Bull could help him achieve his goals.

Formula 1: Andretti-Red Bull Partnership? Rumors escalate after Michael Andretti meets Christian Horner at the Miami GP

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