“Show me a good loser and I’ll show you a loser” seemed to be Red Bull’s team motto in 2015.
Red Bull will continue to use Renault engines in 2016 but they will be branded by watch manufacturer TAG.
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner says he’s not considering the possibility of pulling the team out of Formula One at the end of the year.
Daniel Ricciardo says it probably isn’t worth taking a grid penalty in order to be able to use Renault’s upgraded power unit this weekend.
Both Red Bull-backed teams could be pulled out of Formula One after the last race of the season according to the company’s motorsport director Helmut Marko.
Red Bull will not see any performance upgrades on their Renault power unit until the Russian Grand Prix in October, according to Christian Horner.
Daniel Ricciardo says Red Bull are in a more competitive position than it might have appeared from pre-season testing.
Star designer Adrian Newey has taken a step back. Star driver Sebastian Vettel is gone. Can Red Bull win without them?
Red Bull has revealed how its RB11 will look in its final livery for 2015.
Red Bull are pleased with the pace shown by their new car despite continuing problems limiting Daniel Ricciardo to 59 laps during today’s test at the Circuit de Catalunya.
Daniil Kvyat declared himself ‘quite happy’ after Red Bull ended the Jerez test with their highest day’s mileage so far.
The Red Bull RB11 has appeared for the first time in testing at Jerez in Spain.
Red Bull has reorganised its technical staff for 2015 as designer Adrian Newey has scaled back his activities with the F1 team.
To appreciate just how impressive it was Red Bull won three races in 2014 it’s worth recalling how dire the situation was for them at the start of the year.
Sebastian Vettel will be given one of his championship-winning Red Bull cars as a farewell present by his former team – but not right away,
Sebastian Vettel will use his sixth different power unit at this weekend’s United States Grand Prix, the FIA has confirmed.
Red Bull responded quickly to Sebastian Vettel’s departure by promoting the latest of their Junior Team drivers. But who is next in line for an F1 seat?
Daniel Ricciardo said he was to blame for his crash in the early stages of Friday’s second practice session at Suzuka.
Daniel Ricciardo is aiming to go into the final race of the season still with a chance of winning the drivers’ championship.
Daniel Ricciardo expects to be in even stronger shape during the second half of the year following his two wins earlier in the season.