Red Bull boss Christian Horner is predicting an all-Mercedes silver duel for the 2014 title. “Lewis (Hamilton) and Nico (Rosberg) — who else is there?”
Crisis-struck Red Bull is taking a vastly different car to Melbourne for the first race of 2014. That is the claim of reigning world champion
Renault F1 chief Jean-Michel Jalinier insists the struggling French supplier should not be written off in 2014. Many believe Renault’s early-season problems with the all-new
1997 world champion Jacques Villeneuve says Sebastian Vettel’s run of titles is definitely over. “He’s not going to win this year for sure,” the French
Red Bull is “slaving around the clock” to solve its problems ahead of next weekend’s season-opening Australian grand prix. It is emerging that, amid the
Inevitably, as the scale of Red Bull’s early season crisis becomes ever clearer, rumours of possible splits are now beginning to emerge. Many of the
Red Bull’s early-season technical crisis is plumbing new depths, with news the reigning world champions are calling upon junior team Toro Rosso for help. Italy’s
Dr Helmut Marko is not sure Red Bull will catch up its early-season deficit in 2014, after a disastrous start to its latest title defence.