The plans of two embattled F1 camps are finally beginning to take shape for 2016 In recent days, the financially-struggling team Lotus’ buyout by Renault
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
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
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.
Suddenly, where once it was all change in the rapidly-divorcing worlds of Red Bull and Renault, everything could stay the same. With Mercedes, Ferrari and