World champion Sebastian Vettel has admitted he was surprised when Red Bull was competitive as the 2014 season kicked off. Team boss Christian Horner has
Although visibly annoyed, even Sebastian Vettel late on Saturday could see the bright side under gloomy skies in Melbourne. The reigning world champion is unlucky
‘7 tenths’. That term must have been music to the ears inside the Red Bull garage late on Friday, after a disastrous winter for the
Red Bull needs to up its game or risk losing Sebastian Vettel. That is the admission of the team’s always-blunt Dr Helmut Marko, as quadruple
Crisis-struck Red Bull is taking a vastly different car to Melbourne for the first race of 2014. That is the claim of reigning world champion
1997 world champion Jacques Villeneuve says Sebastian Vettel’s run of titles is definitely over. “He’s not going to win this year for sure,” the French
Inevitably, as the scale of Red Bull’s early season crisis becomes ever clearer, rumours of possible splits are now beginning to emerge. Many of the
Dr Helmut Marko is not sure Red Bull will catch up its early-season deficit in 2014, after a disastrous start to its latest title defence.