If Ferrari is the team which didn’t look in great shape heading into 2017 but has run well in testing, Red Bull is the opposite.
Formula One teams have taken advantage of a relaxation in the rules around what they can post on social media.
Red Bull’s new car looks almost understated but on closer inspection it’s clear the team have put a lot of effort into mastering the 2017 rules.
Daniel Ricciardo isn’t concerned about Red Bull’s faltering start to testing today and says the team has a lot more to come from its car.
The first pictures of the new Red Bull RB13 for 2017 have been revealed.
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner talked up the gains Renault have made with the team’s TAG Heuer-branded power unit during the off-season.
Red Bull bounced back from a difficult 2015 with victories in Spain and Malaysia. But their biggest win in 2016 came off the track.
Red Bull’s cars will continue to carry Aston Martin branding in 2017 as the F1 team and car manufacturer have extended their partnership.
Red Bull will switch lubricant supplier from Total to ExxonMobil next year. The American company previously supplied McLaren.
Red Bull will continue to brand their Renault engines under the TAG Heuer name for the next two seasons, the team has confirmed.
Red Bull out-paced Ferrari in three of the last four races and the coming rounds will reveal whether they are now the biggest threat to Mercedes.
Max Verstappen says it will take him a few more race weekends to be completely comfortable after moving to Red Bull.
Daniil Kvyat may have been relegated to Toro Rosso but with few young Red Bull talents ready to move up his place in F1 looks safe for now.
To see why Max Verstappen has taken Daniil Kvyat’s seat at Red Bull you have to look beyond the Russian driver’s flattering results – and even that costly crash at Sochi.
Red Bull has revealed images of its alternative to the Halo head protection device which Formula One intends to introduce next year.
Daniel Ricciardo expects Red Bull to be more competitive in Sunday’s race than it will be in qualifying but believes Mercedes and Ferrari will still be the pace setters.
With no new engine options on the table for Red Bull expect another year of bitter complaining if Renault don’t produce the goods.
Red Bull may be leading the call for higher downforce F1 cars next year but their driver Daniel Ricciardo wants the sport to go in the opposite direction.
Red Bull’s RB12 is an evolution of last year’s design which some believe was the best-performing chassis on the grid.
The Red Bull RB12 has appeared for the first time. See what changes the team has made for its 2016 design with these interactive images.