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Red Bull

Red Bull RB11

Mateschitz wants engine crisis solved this ...

Oct 08, 2015No Comments

Dietrich Mateschitz has now set a target for the end of Red Bull’s current engine crisis, and it is looming fast. “Sometime in late October,”

Daniil Kvyat

We stopped Red Bull talks in September R...

Oct 07, 2015No Comments

Toto Wolff has hit back at Red Bull counterpart Christian Horner’s claim that negotiations about a supply of engines for 2016 are back on. Horner

Christian Horner

Red Bull engine deal ‘not Wolff’...

Oct 06, 2015No Comments

Christian Horner has revealed that talks with two manufacturers are taking place as Red Bull continues to work on its engine supplier crisis. Amid the

Max Verstappen

Verstappen not worried about current engine...

Sep 30, 2015No Comments

Amid all the talk of a Red Bull crisis, Max and Jos Verstappen insist they are not worried. However, the energy drink company – owning

Daniel Ricciardo

Hakkinen understands Red Bull quit talks

Sep 29, 2015No Comments

Mika Hakkinen says he can understand why Red Bull is threatening to quit formula one over its engine situation. The energy drink company, with two

Daniil Kvyat

Japanese GP 2015 – P2- Results

Sep 25, 2015No Comments

Red Bull’s Daniil Kvyat capitalised on morning good form and set the fastest time for the Japanese GP free practice 2. Meanwhile, Mercedes drivers Nico

Singapore GP 2015

Red Bull is pressuring Ferrari for engine d...

Sep 23, 2015No Comments

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

Niki Lauda

Red Bull did not push for Mercedes power &#...

Sep 22, 2015No Comments

Red Bull did not push hard for a supply of Mercedes engines, the German team’s chairman and F1 legend Niki Lauda says. Obviously splitting with