Red Bull is reportedly working on a last-ditch plan to remain on the F1 grid for 2016. Boss Christian Horner says the team might be
Dietrich Mateschitz has confirmed that his end-of-October deadline for a resolution of Red Bull’s engine crisis has been extended. The deadline came and went during
Red Bull is now looking to the most powerful man in motor-racing to help solve its engine supply crisis. Just as Red Bull magnate Dietrich
Honda has refused to back its works partner McLaren in ruling out a supply of customer Japanese power for ailing Red Bull for 2016. Having
McLaren has effectively confirmed reports it has vetoed the supply of customer Honda power units to Red Bull next year. With Mercedes and Ferrari already
Mercedes has denied agreeing but then reneging on a handshake deal to supply Red Bull in 2016. Many believe the energy drink owned outfit only
Red Bull has denied that it will now run out of time to get a car ready to race in 2016. The former world champions’
As a U-turn on the Red Bull-Renault alliance now appears possible, it could be Lotus that is the team left without an engine to fire.