World champion Sebastian Vettel has hinted crisis-struck Red Bull might have achieved more simply by staying at its factory last week. Instead, the troubled reigning
Felipe Massa was at top of the timesheets on the penultimate day of pre-season testing while Red Bull struggled to build on its promising run
Red Bull on Friday mocked suggestions Sebastian Vettel threw a “hissy fit” amid the world champions’ early-season crisis in 2014. As the new title-defending RB10
Sebastian Vettel’s manager has denied the reigning world champion is involved in a possible buyout of the Nurburgring. With the German grand prix venue’s future
World champion Sebastian Vettel finally managed some laps but at a sluggish pace on Thursday as Red Bull’s pre-season crisis continues. His tally of 59
Despite Red Bull’s early season technical crisis, Sebastian Vettel is still opposed to the new ‘double points’ innovation. It is widely believed that, having seen
Red Bull’s early-season crisis has raced from Jerez into Bahrain, as the second of just three pre-season tests began in the island Kingdom. “Obviously we’re
Red Bull’s troubles seemed to have carried over from Jerez, as Sebastian Vettel struggled to get up to speed in the troubled RB10 on Wednesday.