Sebastian Vettel said he decided to let team mate Daniel Ricciardo past after initially resisting an instruction from the Red Bull pit wall for him to move over.
The FIA’s Court of Appeal rejected Red Bull’s attempt to overturn Daniel Ricciardo’s disqualification from second place in a hearing on April 14th. Here is the verdict of the court in full.
Red Bull have lost their appeal against Daniel Ricciardo’s disqualification from the Australian Grand Prix following a hearing of the FIA Court of Appeal in Paris.
McLaren are considering legal action following Red Bull’s announcement that Dan Fallows will continue to work for them.
Red Bull has confirmed its head of aerodynamics Peter Prodromou has stepped down from active duties as he prepares to move to rivals McLaren.
Daniel Ricciardo believes Red Bull can challenge Mercedes on circuits where downforce takes priority over straight-line speed.
Daniel Ricciardo expects Red Bull will try to avoid a repeat of the controversy which overshadowed their start to the season in Australia.
The FIA has confirmed it will hear Red Bull’s appeal against Daniel Ricciardo’s disqualification from the Australian Grand Prix on April 14th in Paris.
Daniel Ricciardo says it was better to finish on the podium and then be disqualified than never to have got there in the first place.
Following Daniel Ricciardo’s exclusion from second place in the Australian Grand Prix the FIA stewards issued the following explanation for their decision.
Daniel Ricciardo has been stripped of his second place in the Australian Grand Prix after his car failed a technical inspection.
Sebastian Vettel’s qualifying performance was impaired by a software problem on his car, Red Bull have confirmed.
Sebastian Vettel and Kevin Magnussen have been cleared of failing to slow sufficiently for yellow flags during qualifying.
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner hailed Daniel Ricciardo’s performance in his first qualifying session for the team.
Daniel Ricciardo says Red Bull are pleased to discover their car is more competitive than they expected having been the third-fastest team on Friday.
Mark Webber would have been at a disadvantage under the new rules had he continued to race in F1 in 2014, according to Red Bull’s Adrian Newey.
Red Bull’s chief technical officer Adrian Newey admitted the team should have switched its attention fully to the team’s 2014 car earlier following a troubled start to the season.
Sebastian Vettel admits Red Bull are starting their championship defence on the back foot after problems during winter testing.
Red Bull’s testing programme was wrecked by a string of problems with the RB10 which could threatens to end their run of championship success.
Sebastian Vettel is hoping that upgrades to his car for the first race of the season will solve the problems that have dogged Red Bull during testing so far.