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Red Bull's switch to Honda engines will be boosted by the manufacturer sticking with a design concept for a third season for the first time within the V6 turbo-hybrid era.
Red Bull believes it will be able to celebrate a Formula 1 engine 'party mode' for the first time thanks to its new-for-2019 partner Honda.
Toro Rosso’s use of a complete Red Bull rear end in 2019 will be a “big advantage” for Honda as it prepares to supply two Formula 1 teams again.
The RB14 continued to carry the DNA of Red Bull’s previously successful cars, as it pressed on with the same title-winning chassis philosophy, only making alterations in order to comply with the prevailing regulations.
Daniel Ricciardo says that he stopped caring about his Formula 1 statistics in comparison to Red Bull teammate Max Verstappen, in a season plagued with reliability issues.
Next in our countdown of the top motorsport stories of 2018, we look at Red Bull's surprising switch from Renault to Honda engines for the 2019 season.
Red Bull could target Le Mans 24 Hours success with an Aston Martin Valkyrie-based hypercar instead of Formula 1, if it does not see a viable post-2020 grand prix future.
A rare case of handbags in Formula 1 is seventh on our list of the biggest motorsport stories of 2018, as an irate Max Verstappen squares up against a defiant Esteban Ocon in Brazil.
Daniel Ricciardo reckons his qualifying record and his points tally compared to Red Bull teammate Max Verstappen in the 2018 Formula 1 season were distorted.
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Renault says it is ‘sorry, but not sorry’ to have ended its relationship with Red Bull after some roller-coaster years with the energy drinks-backed team.
Red Bull Formula 1 boss Christian Horner believes his team had the best chassis in 2018, and he says that was demonstrated at races where outright power was less significant.
Red Bull must become a Formula 1 championship contender again with its Honda partnership, says ex-Ferrari boss-turned-Formula 1 head Ross Brawn.
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Daniel Ricciardo expected to have a worse relationship with Max Verstappen as Formula 1 teammates at Red Bull but thinks they will stay friends even with Ricciardo moving to Renault.
Daniel Ricciardo says he was losing sleep in the second half of the 2018 Formula 1 season, as misfortune dogged his final races as a Red Bull driver.