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
Christian Horner has backed Sebastian Vettel, amid suggestions the four time world champion could be losing the support of the Red Bull team. Typically-forthright 1997
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
Team boss Christian Horner stepped up his attack on Red Bull’s engine supplier Renault after the Austrian grand prix. At the debut of the energy
Dietrich Mateschitz has played down claims he is set to approve a bespoke engine project to power his formula one team Red Bull from 2016.
Red Bull will “definitely” be powered by Renault in 2015, Dr Helmut Marko insists. Reports emerged at the scene of the reigning world champions’ new
Since buying the defunct A1-Ring in 2004, Red Bull’s Dietrich Mateschitz has ploughed a quarter of a billion euros into the Austrian grand prix, the
Plans are afoot for an ‘Infiniti’ engine in formula one. It is already known that reigning world champions Red Bull will compile a ‘final report’