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Max Verstappen doesn’t see any remaining races in the 2019 season where Red Bull could realistically claim victory.
They have shown glimpses of what they are capable of this season and Max Verstappen is hopeful that Red Bull can “put it all together next year”.
Scuderia Toro Rosso’s proposed name change to Scuderia Alpha Tauri for 2020 has been approved, according to Motorsport.com.
Helmut Marko says it was “clear” Charles Leclerc deserved a penalty for his clash with Max Verstappen as he would have gone off the track had he not hit the Red Bull.
Red Bull principal Christian Horner says that Alex Albon’s place at the team is his to lose for the 2020 season.
Red Bull advisor Dr Helmut Marko says that Honda are not yet committed to Formula 1 beyond 2020.
Max Verstappen says he doesn’t mind hard racing, after all he’s in F1 to win, not to be liked, but feels there is a line such as what Michael Schumacher crossed in 1994.
Christian Horner has said that Naoki Yamamoto is not being considered for a race seat at either Red Bull or Toro Rosso in the near future.
Red Bull’s fuel supplier ExxonMobil says it has used chemicals that it has never utilised before in its new product for the team.
Max Verstappen has said he is “not too worried” about his Red Bull future at the moment despite Red Bull lagging behind in the top three race of late.
Max Verstappen doesn’t care who his 2020 Red Bull team-mate is, he only wants a partner who will push him to drive faster and help him “break” rivals.
Red Bull “won’t be third” next year as Honda will match Mercedes and Ferrari’s power levels “consistently”, according to Helmut Marko.
Max Verstappen has explained why he is not committing to Red Bull, or Formula 1 for that matter, beyond the 2020 season just yet.
Alexander Albon insists he’s taking it one race at a time and not focusing on the bigger picture of a possible 2020 Red Bull driver.
The new aeroscreen coming into IndyCar for 2020 is stronger than the halo used in Formula 1, according to its creator Red Bull Advanced Technologies.
Although Ross Brawn has stated that the F1 teams “unanimously” support the idea of reverse grids, it seems he may have forgotten to ask Red Bull as Helmut Marko says they are “absurd”.
Jos and Max Verstappen have both painted a pretty bleak picture of current events at Red Bull following the summer break.
With Alex Albon in the wall in qualifying for the Russian GP, Nico Rosberg has urged Red Bull to consider Nico Hulkenberg for Max Verstappen’s 2020 team-mate.
Bernie Ecclestone has told Liberty Media to secure Ferrari and Red Bull’s signatures and then tell the rest to “take it or leave”.
Carlos Sainz admits that McLaren would need to “gain another half a second” to make it worth defending against Mercedes and Red Bull.
Alex Albon has said he was caught out by a tailwind which subsequently led to him crashing and retiring from qualifying in Sochi.
Charles Leclerc was the man to beat in final practice for the Russian GP as Daniil Kvyat must have been wondering what he has to do to catch a break.
“It’s only five places so it’s not that bad,” was Max Verstappen’s verdict after he was asked if he was disappointed with the decision to a grid penalty at Sochi instead of Singapore.
Alex Albon has taken responsibility for his close shave with Lewis Hamilton during FP2 at the Russian Grand Prix.
Max Verstappen insists that he doesn’t want to be a factor in who Red Bull chose to partner him for the 2020 season.
Former F1 driver Robert Doornbos reckons Red Bull are suffering as a result of Adrian Newey’s divided attention, saying he understands Max Verstappen’s frustrations.
Max Verstappen has played down the grid penalties that the Red Bull drivers will take at Sochi this weekend as overtaking should be too much of a problem.
The Honda-powered cars of Max Verstappen, Alex Albon, Daniil Kvyat and Pierre Gasly have been handed a handicap for the Russian Grand Prix as they will take engine penalties.
Daniil Kvyat insists he is unperturbed by the prospect of losing out on a promotion to Red Bull, saying “I’ll do my job in Toro Rosso as good as possible”.
Red Bull principal Christian Horner believes that Ferrari’s recent domination is giving Mercedes a “dose of our medicine”.