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’
Felipe Massa says he has no regrets about being ousted by Ferrari. At Maranello, the Brazilian was competitive alongside the great Michael Schumacher and almost
Mika Hakkinen has defended his protege Valtteri Bottas, after the younger Finn missed out on a touted move to Ferrari for 2016. Despite weeks of
Manor has recruited a British investment bank to hold talks with potential team investors. That is the news of F1 business journalist Christian Sylt. Also
Mark Webber thinks the switch to Ferrari power will be good for his former team Red Bull. It is yet to be formalized or announced,