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Dr Helmut Marko

Daniil Kvyat

Red Bull ends Renault row to focus on 2015 ...

Apr 01, 2015No Comments

Red Bull and Renault have sidelined their furious row, according to Dr Helmut Marko. After Australia, Marko and his Red Bull colleagues let loose their

Daniel Ricciardo

Catching Mercedes ‘not possible’...

Mar 31, 2015No Comments

Dr Helmut Marko remains doubtful Red Bull can catch up in 2015. After Australia, the Red Bull official was warning the energy drink company could

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Wolff hopes Malaysia stops equalisation ...

Mar 29, 2015No Comments

Toto Wolff on Sunday said he hopes Ferrari’s breakthrough win stops the “nonsense” talk about equalisation. After Australia, Red Bull threatened to quit F1 over

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Toro Rosso cars could turn yellow

Mar 20, 2015No Comments

Toro Rosso’s cars could turn yellow, Red Bull official Dr Helmut Marko has admitted. As he criticises engine partner Renault for its retrograde step in

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Red Bull threatens to quit F1, again

Mar 15, 2015No Comments

Red Bull has threatened to quit formula one. “We are dissatisfied with the way formula one is governed,” Dr Helmut Marko was quoted on Sunday

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Marko predicting a dull 2015 season

Mar 15, 2015No Comments

At the very first race of the 2015 season, Dr Helmut Marko has predicted a “dull” world championship. “Mercedes superiority has become even stronger,” the

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Red Bull angry with Renault in Australia

Mar 13, 2015No Comments

Red Bull has slammed its engine partner Renault, after a difficult start to the 2015 world championship campaign in Australia. Star driver Daniel Ricciardo could

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Marko expects thieves to melt the trophies ...

Dec 08, 2014No Comments

Dr Helmut Marko has admitted the chances are high that Red Bull’s stolen F1 trophies will be lost forever. The team confirmed at the weekend