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Helmut Marko has backed F1’s decision to defer the 2021 rules for a year, saying teams will lose “100 million” if five races are cancelled.
Christian Horner has defended the handling of the season-opening Australian Grand Prix, saying it was a “moving target” that F1 bosses had to respond to.
Sir Chris Hoy will drive for Red Bull in the Formula One Virtual Racing Series at the first round in Bahrain.
Red Bull has applauded Formula 1’s decision to bring forward the summer shutdown, which the Milton Keynes squad will enter on March 27.
Unable to turn a wheel on a race track, F1’s younger drivers have turned to the virtual world for their racing with Max Verstappen saying the sim racing keeps him sharp.
Red Bull will not join Mercedes in calling a truce with Ferrari over last year’s engine saga with Christian Horner revealing it is worth “$20 million” to the team.
Red Bull and AlphaTauri weren’t the only teams wanting to race in Melbourne, they were just the only ones who had engines with neither Ferrari nor Mercedes keen to go ahead.
Mercedes and Red Bull intend to keep their UK factories open in the wake of the current coronavirus pandemic sweeping across the world.
Christian Horner, reportedly one of those who wanted to press on with the Australian GP, says the decision to cancel the race was “frustrating” but that safety must come first.
Formula 1 could be in for an early summer break in order to pack what would have been the second half of the calendar with a few of the postponed grands prix.
Formula 1 could have run behind closed doors in Melbourne, however, instead the FIA and the Australian GP promoters decided to cancel the grand prix.
Calling off the Australian GP at the 11th hour, Christian Horner feels “inevitably” more races will be postponed or cancelled starting with next weekend’s Bahrain GP.
Three teams stood firm in their conviction that Formula 1 should press on with the Australian GP: Red Bull, AlphaTauri and Racing Point.
Red Bull principal Christian Horner has said that Red Bull will take the fight to Mercedes and are “ready to win” the Australian GP.
Despite the threat of a protest from Red Bull, Valtteri Bottas expects to be “DAS-ing the straights” at the Australian GP.
Red Bull principal Christian Horner has his sights on closing up to the “absolute benchmark” which is Mercedes in 2020.
Red Bull are poised to launch a second protest against Mercedes if they use their dual-axis steering system (DAS) in Melbourne.
Gearing up for a season in which many believe he could be a title contender, Max Verstappen admits the onus isn’t solely on him but also Red Bull.
Max Verstappen has set a target of reaching the podium at every race this season and Honda are ready to support him in his pursuit.
Brazilian driver Sergio Sette Camara has rejoined the Red Bull programme after leaving McLaren with immediate effect.
AlphaTauri principal Franz Tost says the team have set Red Bull a deadline of September to confirm the spec of their 2021 gearbox.
Toto Wolff brought the teams together to demand an explanation while Red Bull wants “$24 million” in compensation.
The 2020 Formula One season is now very much in sight, and hopes are high that the drivers can cook up a classic.
Formula 1 must reduce the cost of engines if the sport hopes to retain its manufacturers, that’s according to Red Bull team boss Christian Horner.
Ferrari didn’t dominant pre-season testing like they did last year but Christian Horner says it would be “foolish” to underestimate the Scuderia.
Max Verstappen’s new long-term Red Bull deal not only secured the Dutchman’s future with the F1 team but also the team’s future in Formula 1.
Helmut Marko is feeling rather bullish ahead of the new season and has come out saying Red Bull is a “step closer to our goal” of making Max Verstappen a champion.
Christian Horner says Honda’s reliablity was “very encouraging” as the Japanese engine supplier required just one precautionary engine change between its two teams.
Max Verstappen joked that the spins he suffered during testing were just a way of giving the media something to interview him about.
Max Verstappen feels that the first season of Netflix’s ‘Drive to Survive’ did not show his true, genuine side.