Carlos Sainz has admitted to some nervousness about Red Bull’s F1 crisis. The energy drink company has threatened to pull both of its teams out
Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff says he is taking Ferrari seriously as the Italian team continues its resurgence in 2015. While Sebastian Vettel won dominantly
Mika Hakkinen says he can understand why Red Bull is threatening to quit formula one over its engine situation. The energy drink company, with two
Team boss Maurizio Arrivabene has played down Ferrari’s chances of winning the world championship. After winning in Singapore amid Mercedes’ sudden slump, Sebastian Vettel declared
Red Bull is stepping up its F1 quit threat by putting pressure on the sport’s authorities, and potential supplier Ferrari. At present, the energy drink
Boss Franz Tost says he wants a quick decision to be taken about Toro Rosso’s engine supplier for 2016. Although Red Bull chiefs have insisted
Sebastian Vettel takes emotional victory for Ferrari in Singapore. Ricciardo finishes second and Raikkonen takes third place ahead of Rosberg, Bottas, Kvyat and Perez.
The focus of the 2016 ‘silly season’ has turned from drivers to engines. Earlier this week, it appeared that the pieces of the ‘power unit’