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Dietrich Mateschitz

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Red Bull extends engine crisis deadline

Nov 03, 2015No Comments

Dietrich Mateschitz has confirmed that his end-of-October deadline for a resolution of Red Bull’s engine crisis has been extended. The deadline came and went during

Daniel Ricciardo

Red Bull now seeking Jean Todt’s help...

Nov 01, 2015No Comments

Red Bull is now looking to the most powerful man in motor-racing to help solve its engine supply crisis. Just as Red Bull magnate Dietrich

Daniel Ricciardo

Ricciardo agrees with Mateschitz deadline

Oct 09, 2015No Comments

Daniel Ricciardo has backed the October deadline set by his boss to end Red Bull’s current engine crisis. If the deadline comes and goes without


Mateschitz hints Vergne to keep Toro Rosso ...

Oct 14, 2014No Comments

It is more and more certain that Jean-Eric Vergne will secure at least one more year with Toro Rosso. Earlier, the 24-year-old Frenchman had been


Red Bull does not need Vettel – Mates...

Oct 11, 20141 Comment

Red Bull mogul Dietrich Mateschitz insists he is “not disappointed” to be losing world champion Sebastian Vettel. A week ago at Suzuka, the German –


Mercedes will try again to turn up F1 volum...

Jul 31, 2014No Comments

Niki Lauda has put his mind to the problem of F1’s dwindling television and spectator audiences. Before the sport breaks for the summer, key meetings


Horner adds denial to ‘Red Bull engin...

Jun 25, 2014No Comments

Christian Horner has added his denial to reports Red Bull could end its F1 engine crisis by building its own turbo V6. Amid the reigning


Mateschitz dismisses Red Bull engine rumour...

Jun 24, 2014No Comments

Dietrich Mateschitz has put a line through rumours Red Bull is commencing a project to build its own F1 engine. “It’s not even worth denying