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Year of the long knives

Manufacturers have started the challenging process of re-aligning their racing activities, and the next few years the racing world will look very different. Honda announced its withdrawal from Formula 1 at the end of the 2021 season, and Porsche stepped back from the US GT racing programme, but there was far more to come in December.

Audi announced it will withdraw from Formula E to concentrate on the rather lower profile Dakar rally with an electric car, and

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