Max Verstappen became the youngest-ever driver to score points in a Formula 1 race when he brought his Scuderia Toro Rosso home in P7.
Despite four recent world championships shared between them, the relationship status between Red Bull and Renault is now beyond 'complicated'.
Renault has blamed its Australian Grand Prix problems on being too aggressive with late developments on its 2015 Formula One engine, but insists the issues can be solved.
Red Bull technical guru Adrian Newey says he is baffled by engine partner Renault's attitude after a disappointing start in Melbourne.
Renault insists that it has achieved everything it set out to in the 12 days of winter testing, and says that more performance will be found before the first Formula One race in Melbourne.
Renault has made progress but not enough yet to topple dominant Mercedes.
Max Verstappen: "A good session and the first time I’ve done over a hundred laps in a single day."
The in-season development is both a blessing and a curse for Formula One teams.
Toro Rosso could not afford to wait for RBR to sign off on 2015 designs.
Renault Sport managing director Cyril Abiteboul is confident that a restructuring of the organisation will pay dividends in 2015.