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Toto Wolff insists he will be losing no sleep any time soon over Red Bull Powertrains – despite their recruitment drive of Mercedes staff.
Helmut Marko reckons Mercedes’ complaints about their rear wing were designed by Toto Wolff to “set the mood” in the title fight.
Christian Horner has defended the unified voting policy of Red Bull and AlphaTauri, saying it is at least overt due to their common ownership.
Christian Horner is baffled by F1’s troubles with track limits, adamant there should be a simple solution – either the driver is in or he’s out.
Red Bull advisor Helmut Marko says the team won’t “throw away” this year’s World Championship by focusing on their 2022 car too early.
Helmut Marko has accused Toto Wolff of spouting “complete nonsense” about Red Bull passing on Honda engine info to Volkswagen.
Formula 1 has all the potential it needs for 2021 to be a vintage year – but are Red Bull stopping it from delivering on that promise?
Mercedes have identified Red Bull’s tyre degradation over a long distance as their title rival’s main weakness.
F1 managing director Ross Brawn believes his former team Ferrari will soon return to challenging Mercedes and Red Bull.
Red Bull team boss Christian Horner does not believe Lewis Hamilton’s “bendy wing” comment was his own – he points the finger at Toto Wolff.
F1 managing director Ross Brawn does not think Red Bull could have done anything more for Max Verstappen in Barcelona.
Christian Horner says he “desperately needs” Sergio Perez to be at the front of the field, to limit Mercedes’ strategy options.
New season, old complaint as Max Verstappen declared he was “alone” in the Spanish GP with Sergio Perez too far back to help.
Red Bull considering pitting Max Verstappen for a second time in Spain but feared passing Valtteri Bottas would cost him “a lot of time”.
Although Sergio Perez feels he is taking steps forward, the Red Bull driver says it is taking him “too long to get up to speed” each weekend.
Christian Horner praised the Red Bull pit crew after the Spanish Grand Prix, even though a four-second stop for Max Verstappen fell short of their usual high standards.
Max Verstappen conceded he was going to be beaten by Lewis Hamilton in Spain, saying he could “see it coming” late in the race.
Starting first and third in Spain, Toto Wolff says Mercedes have an “advantage” over Red Bull with two cars on the clean side of the grid.
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner says he has been impressed with the take-up for roles at the newly-established Red Bull Powertrains division.
Mercedes may have offered double salaries to persuade staff to stay, but Red Bull put “lottery number pay cheques” into the mix.
Sir Lewis Hamilton claimed Red Bull’s qualifying pace at the Spanish Grand Prix had been enhanced by the addition of a “bendy wing”.
Since the Mercedes and Red Bull bases are so close together, it was “inevitable” that staff would jump ship says Christian Horner.
If it is not track limits then it is the kerbs designed to keep the drivers within those limits, but Helmut Marko is yet again unimpressed.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff said that out of his 100 engine staff approached by Red Bull, 15 have chosen to make the switch.
Max Verstappen finished Friday practice at the Spanish GP all the way down in P9, but assured “nothing weird” was going on.
Mercedes are offering “double the salary” to persuade their engine staff to stay, says Helmut Marko, but six have already joined Red Bull.
Red Bull have the pace to beat Mercedes but Lewis Hamilton says they are second in the championships because they are “just making a lot of mistakes”.
Helmut Marko feels the track limits rule that has cost Max Verstappen a bundle of points this season is “most consistently” applied by Red Bull.
Red Bull won’t be turning their attention to 2022, with Helmut Marko saying they can’t do that to Max Verstappen.
Red Bull have recruited another five members from Mercedes’ championship-winning engine staff, joining Ben Hodgkinson at Red Bull Powertrains.