Red Bull articles on F1 Fanatic archive
Four-stop races “is too much”, says Horner 12th May 2013, 16:12
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner says the Spanish Grand Prix showed the current generation of tyres are too aggressive.
Vettel: “You don’t want any gifts” 26th April 2013, 17:17
Sebastian Vettel says the thrill of winning would be diminished if he felt his success was being handed to him.
Red Bull gives up on team orders as Vettel admits he would defy them again 11th April 2013, 13:41
Christian Horner confirms Red Bull will stop using team orders as Sebastian Vettel says he would not obey them and he deserved to win in Malaysia.
Felipe Massa has criticised Red Bull’s use of team orders in the Malaysian Grand Prix, saying it was too early in the championship to use them.
Red Bull claim new pit stop record of 2.05 seconds 3rd April 2013, 9:33
Red Bull claim their mechanics set a new record for the fastest ever four-wheel tyre change in Formula One during the Malaysian Grand Prix.
Webber frustrated after timing error in qualifying 23rd March 2013, 9:50
Mark Webber said it was “frustrating” to qualify fifth for the Malaysian Grand Prix after he mis-timed his final lap in qualifying.
Webber’s race problems not down to McLaren ECU 18th March 2013, 12:41
Mark Webber’s problems in the Australian Grand Prix were not caused by a problem on his Electronic Control Unit, according to McLaren.
Front wing flex test “trying to stop us” – Vettel 14th March 2013, 10:33
Sebastian Vettel says the new restrictions on flexing front wings introduced this year were aimed at curtailing Red Bull’s superiority.
Red Bull play a cagey off-season but discount them at your peril 6th March 2013, 13:00
Did Red Bull lose their way in the off-season, or were they quietly preparing for the development race ahead while giving nothing away?
Webber wary of McLaren and Ferrari’s potential 28th February 2013, 19:08
Mark Webber says it’s still too early to judge how competitive Red Bull are but admitted their pre-season preparation was “better than last year”.