Andretti Granted Approval to Join F1 Grid in 2025
The Federation Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA) has given its approval for Andretti to join the Formula One (F1) grid starting in 2025. However, this is subject to a commercial deal being agreed with Formula One Management (FOM), which is currently uncertain.
Andretti’s plan is to introduce the renowned Cadillac name into F1. Unfortunately, due to the timeframe, it is unlikely that they will have their own power unit ready for several years. As a result, the American team would need to secure a customer deal for an engine supply in the meantime.
This decision by the FIA opens up new possibilities for Andretti and the American presence in F1. It brings excitement to the sport as fans eagerly anticipate the entry of another competitive team.
Joining the F1 grid is a significant step for Andretti as they seek to make their mark in the prestigious motorsport. This move aligns with their long-term vision of expanding their brand internationally and competing at the highest level of single-seater racing.
The potential entry of Andretti and the introduction of the Cadillac name in F1 would not only add a fresh dynamic to the sport but also bring in new corporate partners and sponsors. This would contribute to the continued growth and global appeal of Formula One.