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Daniel Ricciardo has admitted to lashing out on a number of occasions when things were not going his way throughout the 2018 season.
Carlos Sainz has played down the claims that McLaren will be copying Red Bull’s chassis concept for the 2019 season.
Sir Jackie Stewart believes young blood like Max Verstappen has been rejuvenating for Formula 1.
Christian Horner has revealed that Red Bull initially had doubts over Daniel Ricciardo’s wheel-to-wheel racing before signing him.
Max Verstappen has said it was never his “intention” to “put Renault down” after a love/mainly hate relationship came to an end this season.
Red Bull boss Christian Horner has estimated the team needed another 40kW from the Renault engine to be involved in a title fight.
Max Verstappen has suggested that he does not need the new Red Bull and Honda partnership to outpace his rivals to fight for the title.
Pierre Gasly may only be going into his second full season in Formula 1, but he has said that he will not fear new team-mate Max Verstappen.
Brendon Hartley, who was axed by Toro Rosso, believes that Honda will be “successful” in partnering with Red Bull in 2019.
Max Verstappen has criticised the race stewards for the lack of consistency in their decision-making throughout the 2018 season.
Daniel Ricciardo has said that his “ticking brain” and a resulting lack of sleep affected his sharpness throughout the 2018 season.
Renault’s chances of achieving third place in next year’s championship could depend on how good that Honda engine that will power Red Bull really is.
Max Verstappen has warned Red Bull he has a “Plan B” should their switch to Honda fail to give him the power needed to fight for a World title.
Lewis Hamilton reckons next season he will once again have a tough battle against Sebastian Vettel for the World title while he hopes Red Bull also play a part.
Christian Horner believes with another 40kw from their power unit, 2018 could have been a “quite different” for Red Bull and in the F1 standings.
Although Daniel Ricciardo is just “moving next door”, his Red Bull farewell has at times sounded like a retirement leaving the Aussie to realise he is not ready for that.
As Formula 1 awaits word on what Max Verstappen’s public service days will entail, Jean Todt has suggested making him a race steward for a day so that he can experience the “other side.”
Franz Tost has said that his Toro Rosso team is expecting to be the “guinea pig” if it can help Red Bull win the title.
Max Verstappen has admitted his shove on Esteban Ocon in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix was “revenge for Brazil.”
Aston Martin won’t be entering Formula 1 as an engine manufacturer, saying Liberty’s decision not to change the rules put them off.
Taking the fight to Mercedes and Ferrari in the final three races of this season, Daniel Ricciardo admits he is “confused” by Red Bull’s late-season pace.
Saying farewell to Daniel Ricciardo after the season-ending Abu Dhabi GP, Christian Horner says Red Bull are losing the “best overtaker in the business.”
Although Max Verstappen has yet to learn what he will be required to do in his public service, he’s made it clear he won’t be made to “look like an idiot”.
Daniel Ricciardo has said he is ready to switch off from the Formula 1 world after closing the final chapter with Red Bull.
Max Verstappen explained that his engine went into a safety program off the start, leading to him dropping down to P10.
After their final race together, Red Bull team boss Christian Horner has wished Daniel Ricciardo all the best for his future with Renault.
Whether it is a race to the podium or a funny joke as the chequered flag falls, Daniel Ricciardo’s aim in Abu Dhabi is to make sure Red Bull “miss” him next season.
Max Verstappen has admitted that he could not get a good lap in during qualifying for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
Daniel Ricciardo believes that Red Bull can fight for a podium finish in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix on Sunday evening.
Christian Horner believes that Red Bull will not be quick enough in the final sector at Yas Marina to make up for the speed loss in the first part of the lap.