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Red Bull expects a "far more mature" Max Verstappen to show greater "patience" in Formula 1 this season, according to motorsport boss Helmut Marko.
Red Bull says it had its best ever pre-season test, on the back of its encouraging start with new engine partner Honda.
Hopes are high that Red Bull-Honda will join Ferrari and Mercedes in the 2019 Formula 1 title battle.
Max Verstappen says he is “very happy” with how Red Bull and Honda have started working together in Formula 1, describing it as “very focused and calm”.
Honda says the performance of its 2019 Formula 1 power unit has not been compromised by the push to deliver a more compact design for its Red Bull teams.
Red Bull is confident that it has not missed a trick with its front wing design this year, despite the radical solutions adopted by Ferrari and Alfa Romeo.
Red Bull has hailed Honda’s new Formula 1 engine as a "thing of beauty" - claiming the Japanese manufacturer has delivered the best installation the team has ever had.
New Renault Formula 1 driver Daniel Ricciardo says the “risk of failure” would have been greater if he stayed with Red Bull and its new engine partner Honda for 2019.
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Daniel Ricciardo has admitted that the way Red Bull handled his collision with Max Verstappen in Baku last year played a part in his decision to leave the team for Renault.
Any thoughts that Red Bull might play it safe in its first year with Honda were quickly dismissed by the initial sight of its 2019 Formula 1 design, the RB15.
Max Verstappen says his first run in Red Bull's Honda-powered 2019 Formula 1 car left him "smiling".
Max Verstappen says he accepts the Honda engine won't be “perfect” right away when Red Bull's new Formula 1 car makes its on-track debut.
Toro Rosso is no longer flying the Honda flag solo in Formula 1, and the first images of its new STR14 show how it's rebuilding closer design ties with big brother Red Bull for 2019 after a period of greater independence.
Red Bull boss Christian Horner thinks Liberty Media underestimated the task needed to deliver a better Formula 1.
Red Bull F1 driver Max Verstappen completed his Brazilian Grand Prix penalty by attending the FIA International Stewards Programme in Geneva on Saturday.