Porsche's F1 dreams are reportedly over for now after they failed to find a route into the sport.
"In a way, it was funny, but I think it's all clear and sorted now."
New team, new sponsor, new partnership? F1 fandom was waiting to see what would come following a teaser video.
The FIA has confirmed that Porsche remain interested in linking up with a Formula 1 team.
It's highly unlikely to be Red Bull, but Porsche are still looking for an F1 team to buddy up with.
Gerhard Berger thinks Red Bull and Porsche have avoided marrying in haste, repenting in leisure.
Porsche's name could still be seen on Red Bull cars in the future, Toto Wolff has suggested.
Christian Horner says there was never a "binding commitment" between Red Bull and Porsche for an equal share partnership.
Red Bull and Porsche were ostensibly unsuited for an F1 partnership when everything was talked through, says Christian Horner.
Porsche have said their discussions about a partnership with Red Bull have been called off.
It seemed like the deal between Porsche and Red Bull was only a matter of time, but things have unravelled.
Christian Horner has cooled talk of a potential Porsche-Red Bull link-up, saying any potential partners will have to yield to Red Bull's way of operating.
Audi and Porsche are expected to join F1 in 2026 but Ferrari remain unconcerned.
Christian Horner will not let any new partner affect the ethos of Red Bull.
According to Christian Horner, there remains plenty of work to do if Red Bull and Porsche are to partner up.
Porsche and Red Bull's 50-50 partnership is looking closer to completion, according to multiple reports.
The regulations for 2026 have yet to be finalised as Audi and Porsche look on.
Porsche and Audi are looking to join the sport from 2026.
The decision to join has divided opinion both from within and without.
Gerhard Berger believes the Red Bull-Porsche partnership is "fixed" in place already, with Audi also heading for Formula 1.
Gerhard Berger thinks Red Bull and Porsche would blend together nicely.
Audi and Porsche would have plenty of suitors if they enter the sport.
Mattia Binotto says Ferrari are open to Porsche and Audi joining Formula 1, but he is keen to confirm what the rules will be for newcomers.
Audi and Porsche are set to be confirmed imminently as joining Formula 1 in 2026, it has been reported.