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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

Audi E-Tron Quattro

Audi to join F1 with Red Bull in 2018

Sep 22, 2015No Comments

Audi’s Ingolstadt board has given the green light to formula one, the German publication Audi Bild claimed exclusively on Monday. Actually, the latest rumours about

Toro Rosso

Toro Rosso unhappy with current engine situ...

Sep 21, 2015No Comments

Boss Franz Tost says he wants a quick decision to be taken about Toro Rosso’s engine supplier for 2016. Although Red Bull chiefs have insisted

Daniel Ricciardo

Red Bull can win with Ferrari power –...

Sep 14, 2015Comments off

Mark Webber thinks the switch to Ferrari power will be good for his former team Red Bull. It is yet to be formalized or announced,

Red Bull - Italian GP

Ecclestone involved in Red Bull – Fer...

Sep 11, 2015No Comments

Bernie Ecclestone had to get involved as Red Bull broke its Renault contract and searched for a new engine supplier. That is the claim of

Christian Horner

Ferrari power for Red Bull, Mercedes power ...

Sep 08, 2015No Comments

Red Bull is now shaping up to be powered by Ferrari engines in 2016. Earlier, it emerged that the energy drink team and its sister

Fernando Alonso

McLaren ‘best chassis behind Red Bull...

Sep 04, 2015No Comments

McLaren is reverting to its older ‘long nose’ solution for the high-speed Italian grand prix. With struggling engine partner Honda, the British team has acknowledged