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Andretti's F1 effort boosted by General Motors plan to supply engines starting in 2028
General Motors has registered with Formula One’s governing body to become an engine supplier starting in 2028 in what is seen as a huge boost to Michael Andretti’s bid to join the global motorsports series
LAS VEGAS (AP) — General Motors (GM) said Tuesday it has registered with Formula One's governing body to become an engine supplier starting in 2028 in what is seen as a huge boost to Michael Andretti's bid to join the global motorsports series.
“We are thrilled that our new Andretti Cadillac F1 entry will be powered by a GM power unit,” GM President Mark Reuss said. “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.”
The announcement comes ahead of this weekend's Las Vegas Grand Prix, where three senior GM executives plan to be in attendance to help push Andretti Global's bid forward with F1.