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Red Bull boss Christian Horner still believes that their criticism of Mercedes and Lewis Hamilton at Silverstone was justified.
Toto Wolff has called on Red Bull to change their language, saying their personal attacks on Lewis Hamilton have “not seen in this sport before”.
Martin Brundle says Red Bull have told him they have data that shows Lewis Hamilton would have run wide at Copse had he not collided with Max Verstappen.
Michael Masi isn’t fazed by “whatever sniping” is going on between Mercedes and Red Bull, adamant it has no impact on stewards’ decisions.
Helmut Marko has acknowledged the relationship between Mercedes and Red Bull after the British Grand Prix will become “even more tense”.
Helmut Marko says Max Verstappen won’t resort to “revenge” against Lewis Hamilton, but Red Bull may still get their lawyers involved.
Pirelli will be swimming in data on their 18-inch tyres after a two-day Silverstone test involving Haas, Aston Martin and Red Bull.
Max Verstappen survived his 51G crash at Silverstone, but the damage to his RB16B will set Red Bull back “three quarters of a million euros”.
Honda believe that the damage to Max Verstappen’s power unit is “less than what we first saw”, after his high-speed crash in the British Grand Prix at Silverstone.
Martin Brundle thinks Red Bull see Lewis Hamilton’s collision with Max Verstappen at the British Grand Prix as a deliberate act by the World Champion.
Lewis Hamilton has the British GP and Max Verstappen has the all-clear from the hospital, but that may not be the end of Sunday’s drama.
Max Verstappen has been given the all-clear and released from hospital “without any major injuries” according to his team, Red Bull.
Sergio Perez will start the British Grand Prix from the pit lane at Silverstone after Red Bull broke parc ferme rules.
Christian Horner celebrated a perfectly managed sprint from Max Verstappen as he secured pole – but is wary of the Mercedes threat.
Celebrating Lewis Hamilton’s non-pole position at Silverstone as if it were a race win, Robert Doornbos says Mercedes “hit back” at Red Bull.
Christian Horner has urged F1 to bring back “high revving engines”, adamant it doesn’t have to compromise environmentally friendly PUs.
Charles Leclerc says rumours that his team sounded out Red Bull for a possible race seat are nothing but “nonsense”.
Red Bull boss Christian Horner says Mercedes principal Toto Wolff is a “control freak”, but Red Bull can not be controlled.
Daniel Ricciardo has no regrets about his decision to leave Red Bull despite now watching his former team race towards a World title.
Although talk of bendy wings has died down in recent weeks, Helmut Marko is not letting go when it comes to Mercedes’ front wing.
Toto Wolff reckons it is “easier to handle” an intra-team battle while Christian Horner feels the exact opposite.
Red Bull advisor Helmut Marko has once again quashed suggestions that Red Bull Powertrains is set to link up with Volkswagen in F1.
Red Bull driver programme boss Helmut Marko confirmed that Pierre Gasly is under contract until the end of 2023.
George Russell reaffirmed his current loyalty towards Mercedes, but he would consider an offer from Red Bull if it came.
Sergio Perez said he is no longer following Max Verstappen’s approach in the RB16B, instead finding his own style.
Helmut Marko expects Mercedes to sign George Russell, but says Red Bull would consider snapping the Brit up if their rivals don’t.
Helmut Marko has reportedly been contacted about forming a potential Red Bull dream team of Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc.
Red Bull boss Christian Horner believes his team are doing a good job of balancing this season with their 2022 efforts.
Franz Tost feels Pierre Gasly should not be ruled out of the running for a Red Bull seat as he “now one of the best” drivers in F1.
Helmut Marko reckons one wrong step on the Friday of the British GP could ruin the “whole weekend” as sprint qualifying enters the mix.