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Red Bull


Alonso hopes bad luck will strike Vettel

Aug 27, 2013No Comments

Fernando Alonso has admitted his championship hopes would get a boost if Sebastian Vettel crashes at the start of a grand prix. Many see Vettel’s

Red Bull play’s down Monza domination...

Aug 26, 2013No Comments

Red Bull is playing down expectations Sebastian Vettel will continue his dominance at Monza. Although some insiders thought Mercedes would have the upper hand on


Ricciardo and Horner both denied Webber ...

Aug 26, 2013No Comments

Christian Horner and Daniel Ricciardo have denied Mark Webber’s suggestion the decision about his 2014 successor is already made. Obviously referring to his young compatriot


Belgian GP Race – Results

Aug 25, 2013No Comments

Sebastian Vettel wins the Belgian Grand Prix for the second time ever and he made it look easy. Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton started from pole for


Wurz expects Vettel to walk away early with...

Aug 25, 2013No Comments

Former F1 driver Alex Wurz has admitted he expects Sebastian Vettel to stroll now to his fourth drivers’ title. Many others think Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton,


Belgian GP Practice 3 – results

Aug 24, 2013No Comments

Red Bull dominated Friday’s second session, with both Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber almost a second quicker than the Lotus of Romain Grosjean. Both Vettel


Belgian Grand Prix Practice 2 – Resul...

Aug 23, 2013No Comments

Red Bulls take charge of the Belgian Grand Prix practice and put their cars on the top positions of the time sheets. This morning’s 90


2013 shaping up to be Hamilton-Vettel head-...

Aug 22, 2013No Comments

The second half of 2013 looks set to be a head-to-head between championship leader and favourite Sebastian Vettel, and Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton. Lotus’ Kimi Raikkonen