Breaking the record for most wins in a single season wasn’t the most satisfying aspect of Max Verstappen’s second world championship winning campaign, he says.
In the round-up: Red Bull proud to produce “our best car” despite tight 2021 title fight – Newey • Horner ‘turned down Ferrari role’ • Maserati stays on top in Formula E test • ACI loses FIA appeal
Red Bull’s lower level of aerodynamic development in 2023 will not “make much difference” if they approach it correctly, says chief technology officer Adrian Newey.
In the round-up: Suzuka points confusion didn’t take shine off title win – Verstappen • FE holds first ‘Gen3’ test • Honda rewards junior drivers with promotion
Honda Racing Corporation, which has a technical partnership with Red Bull, has registered with the FIA to enter the 2026 Formula 1 season as a power unit supplier.
Red Bull’s entry fee for the 2023 F1 season is almost as high as the team’s fine for breaching the cost cap earlier this year.
Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto’s departure following their championship defeat comes as no surprise to Red Bull’s Christian Horner.
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner believes their rivals resent their success because they are an energy drink brand rather than a car manufacturer.
Pierre Gasly says that he would not change anything about his tenure at Red Bull as he departs AlphaTauri for Alpine.
Red Bull has officially confirmed the return of Daniel Ricciardo, four years after he left the team, as their new third driver.
In the round-up: Hulkenberg felt some “human degradation” on F1 test return • Gasly impressed by Alpine • Perez says new Pirelli front tyres feel stronger
Max Verstappen has improved his performance to a level which his team principal Christian Horner doubts any rival could match, even in the same car.
Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto says a “dummy” pit stop was the key to getting Charles Leclerc ahead of Sergio Perez in yesterday’s Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
After taking his fifteenth win of the season in Abu Dhabi, Max Verstappen says that he knows Red Bull’s success will be difficult to repeat.
Max Verstappen revealed he took pole position for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix after his car had to be “rebooted” at the start of the final phase of qualifying.
Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff says Sergio Perez’s Monaco crash does not need to be investigated because ‘we’ve had enough PR crises around that team’.
Daniel Ricciardo’s return to Red Bull as a reserve driver has not yet been officially confirmed, team principal Christian Horner has said.
Daniel Ricciardo will rejoin Red Bull next year as a third driver, the team’s motorsport consultant Helmut Marko has said.
Red Bull accepted Max Verstappen’s explanation for his refusal to obey an order during the Brazilian Grand Prix and condemned abuse of the team online.
Lewis Hamilton said he would be “more aggressive” with Max Verstappen in 2022. Do their latest tangle and past incidents show he is?