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Renault accuses Red Bull of lying

Mar 24, 2015No Comments

Renault’s relationship with works team Red Bull continues to crumble. Cyril Abiteboul, chief of the French carmaker’s F1 engine programme, on Tuesday accused Red Bull


Renault responds to Red Bull accusations

Mar 19, 2015No Comments

Renault has revealed it took an unusually-aggressive approach to the 2015 season opener, at works partner Red Bull’s behest. Amid Red Bull’s disastrous start to


Red Bull and Renault now heading for a divo...

Mar 17, 2015No Comments

The divorce between Red Bull and Renault seems ever closer. Spain’s El Mundo Deportivo claims that amid reports the French engine supplier is looking to


Furious Red Bull finding little support

Mar 17, 2015No Comments

So far, Red Bull is finding little support in its quest for immediate changes to the rules. Ferrari has already made clear it is content


Hamilton tells Red Bull to hire better peop...

Mar 17, 2015No Comments

Lewis Hamilton has stepped up his rhetoric against rival Red Bull’s complaints. After the British driver won dominantly in Australia, Red Bull declared the gap


Mercedes hits back at Red Bull complaints

Mar 16, 2015No Comments

Mercedes chiefs have lashed back at those calling for immediate rule changes after the opening race of 2015. Amid a diminished grid and earlier courtroom


Red Bull threatens to quit F1, again

Mar 15, 2015No Comments

Red Bull has threatened to quit formula one. “We are dissatisfied with the way formula one is governed,” Dr Helmut Marko was quoted on Sunday


Marko predicting a dull 2015 season

Mar 15, 2015No Comments

At the very first race of the 2015 season, Dr Helmut Marko has predicted a “dull” world championship. “Mercedes superiority has become even stronger,” the