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OPINION: Everything looked set for Red Bull and Porsche to join forces for the 2026 season, before the marriage between both parties was called off. While at the time it looked like a major coup for Formula 1 in gaining both VW Group powerhouses Audi and Porsche for 2026, Red Bull and Porsche have really been spared a potentially fractious relationship.
Red Bull’s ‘Muhammad Ali’ ability to hit back when it appeared to be on the ropes was key to its success in Formula 1 this year, reckons rival Ferrari.
Max Verstappen says his focus will be on “mainly endurance” racing once his Formula 1 career has finished, competing in something to “have a bit more fun with less pressure.”
Christian Horner believes Red Bull “firmly had a target” on its back in Formula 1 this year through the various off-track political battles that faced the team.
The Red Bull RB18 Formula 1 contender has won Autosport’s 2022 International Racing Car of the Year Award presented by Blink Experience.
FIA president Mohammed Ben Sulayem thinks that Red Bull’s cost cap sanction was dealt with fairly this year, despite rival teams calling for "blood".
Christian Horner believes Sergio Perez’s Formula 1 tyre struggles in 2022 may be down to the fine margins needed to optimise the new 18-inch compounds.
Red Bull could not have envisaged its Formula 1 success in 2022 given the overhaul of the rules and its late shift in development last year, according to Christian Horner.
The death of Dietrich Mateschitz last month has not only deprived Red Bull of its visionary founder, it has shorn Formula 1 of one of its most influential benefactors. Mateschitz himself was famously media-shy, preferring to let the brand do the talking on his behalf. And, while it’s now normal to speak of Red Bull F1 titles and champions made, Mateschitz never assumed it would be easy or even possible – as ANTHONY ROWLINSON discovered during this previously unpublished interview from 2006…
Arguably the favourite in the battle to finish second-best in 2022's Formula 1 standings, Sergio Perez's two-stop strategy at Abu Dhabi couldn't take him ahead of Charles Leclerc when the music stopped - and several key factors ultimately precluded him from the much-coveted runner-up spot.
Daniel Ricciardo will serve as Red Bull’s third driver in Formula 1 for 2023, the team announced on Wednesday.
Mercedes believes a wind tunnel running deficit for Red Bull of more than 25 percent in 2023 could prove critical in helping it close up to the Formula 1 world champions.
Max Verstappen and Red Bull produced a record-breaking 2022 Formula 1 world championship, but exactly what records did they set and how did it compared to previous seasons?
Ferrari has revealed that it used a "dummy" radio message to trick Red Bull into putting Sergio Perez on to a two-stop strategy at Formula 1’s Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
Christian Horner has outlined Red Bull’s plans for Daniel Ricciardo should he sign as a third driver for 2023, but ruled out a future possible full-time Formula 1 seat.
George Russell believes Red Bull “had the legs” on Mercedes through Friday’s Formula 1 practice running in Abu Dhabi, saying the track suits the RB18 car “down to a tee.”
Daniel Ricciardo is set to join Red Bull as a third driver in Formula 1 for 2023, according to Helmut Marko.
Red Bull's Sergio Perez says he regrets some of the comments he made about Max Verstappen after the Formula 1 world champion ignored team orders in the Brazilian GP.
Red Bull Formula 1 driver Sergio Perez has denied suggestions that he crashed deliberately during Q3 at this year’s Monaco Grand Prix, following fresh scrutiny on the incident this week.
Max Verstappen has slammed “bullshit” media reports, as well as “sickening” and “unacceptable” social media abuse, regarding Red Bull’s Formula 1 team orders controversy in Brazil.
A $7m fine and a 10% cut in aerodynamic testing time was Red Bull's punishment for violating 2021's cost cap rules: a punishment too harsh for the team's liking, and not harsh enough for its rivals. Here's a look at how it really affects Red Bull
Red Bull Racing boss Christian Horner is adamant that Max Verstappen will help teammate Sergio Perez in the Formula 1 Abu Dhabi GP if the opportunity arises.
The latest Formula 1 team orders row ignited in Brazil on Sunday as Max Verstappen defied a call from Red Bull to let Sergio Perez overtake him on the final lap.
Christian Horner says that Red Bull spoke to Lando Norris “a couple of times” about a potential Formula 1 seat prior to his contract extensions with McLaren.
Mercedes and Red Bull suspect that Ferrari’s struggles in Formula 1’s Mexican Grand Prix were likely a one-off, rather than a sign it has fallen away from the lead battle.
Max Verstappen feels “incredibly proud” to have claimed Formula 1’s season win record with his 14th win of the year in Mexico despite being “never really interested in stats.”
Max Verstappen says he struggled to “nail” a lap in Mexican Grand Prix qualifying, and attributed his pole to Red Bull improving his car's handling just in time for Q3.
Sergio Perez called qualifying for his home race in Mexico “a total mess” after an electrical issue with his Red Bull Formula 1 car compromised him throughout the session.
Christian Horner believes an absence of one-off items that had an impact in 2021 will help the Red Bull Racing Formula 1 team stay under the 2022 cost cap.
Christian Horner has explained how catering costs played a role in Red Bull’s Formula 1 budget overspend in 2021, saying there was a “difference of opinion” with the FIA.
Ferrari says it is “not happy” with the FIA’s penalty against Red Bull for breaching the 2021 Formula 1 cost cap, believing its true impact is “very limited.”
Red Bull has been given a $7 million fine and a reduction on aerodynamic testing in its agreement on its penalty over its Formula 1 cost cap breach in 2021.
The FIA has handed Red Bull Racing a $7 million fine and an aerodynamic testing reduction after striking an agreement over its Formula 1 budget cap breach in 2021.
Toto Wolff hopes Mexico’s high altitude conditions might allow Mercedes to give Red Bull “a run for their money” by masking the draggy nature of its Formula 1 car.
Christian Horner says that the future of the Red Bull Racing Formula 1 operation is secure despite the death of company boss Dietrich Mateschitz last weekend.
The 2022 Mexican Grand Prix will celebrate the 60th anniversary of Formula 1’s first visit to the country in 1962, when local hero Ricardo Rodriguez was killed in a non-championship event at the circuit known today as the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez. No Mexican driver since has had the potential to win their home grand prix, but Sergio Perez aims to change that - as OLEG KARPOV discovers.
Red Bull’s current straight-line speed advantage gives it “very good protection” over the rest of the Formula 1 teams, according to Ferrari sporting chief Laurent Mekies.
Max Verstappen was glad to see Red Bull clinch the Formula 1 constructors' title "in style" by winning the United States Grand Prix, dedicating the victory to Dietrich Mateschitz.
Red Bull Formula 1 drivers past and present have paid tribute to company founder Dietrich Mateschitz, who passed away on Saturday at the age of 78.
Christian Horner has paid tribute to “inspirational” Red Bull founder Dietrich Mateschitz, who died the age of 78 on Saturday.
Red Bull co-founder Dietrich Mateschitz, who has died at the age of 78, made an extraordinary impact across the world of motor sport, and not just in Formula 1.
Red Bull Formula 1 boss Christian Horner says its alleged cost cap breach gave "zero benefit" on track as it looks for "closure" with the FIA over the matter.
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Max Verstappen says Red Bull has a “strong belief” it was within Formula 1’s budget cap in 2021 as the team continues talks with the FIA over next steps.
Red Bull Racing Formula 1 team is in negotiation with the FIA over an Accepted Breach Agreement in relation to its alleged noncompliance with the 2021 cost cap.
Red Bull Racing boss Christian Horner believes that Max Verstappen has been on "another planet" this year on his way to his second Formula 1 world championship.
Max Verstappen has offered himself up for some wet weather Formula 1 tyre testing if it would help Pirelli come up with better products for the rain.
After weeks of speculation, the FIA finally confirmed on Monday that Aston Martin and Red Bull had breached Formula 1’s cost cap last year.
Max Verstappen says he felt “very different emotions” over his second Formula 1 title compared to his maiden crown in Abu Dhabi last year, calling it “even more beautiful.”
Max Verstappen feels Honda “never really left” Red Bull and would welcome a Formula 1 works return with the Japanese manufacturer amid it strengthening ties at the Japanese Grand Prix.
Honda has strengthened its ties with Red Bull and AlphaTauri ahead of Formula 1’s return to Suzuka this weekend for the Japanese Grand Prix.
Max Verstappen says he took “zero” pleasure from fighting with other cars as he tried to make his way through the field at the Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix.
Red Bull hopes that Sergio Perez’s triumph in Formula 1’s Singapore Grand Prix delivers a confidence boost that helps get him out of a self-proclaimed ‘rough patch’.
Red Bull says it remains "absolutely confident" that it was below Formula 1’s cost cap limit last year, ahead of Wednesday’s crunch announcement from the FIA.