Mercedes trackside performance engineer Andrew Shovlin says the team may not be able to out-develop Red Bull because of new restrictions introduced for 2021.
Red Bull stood by their race strategy for the Bahrain Grand Prix after their chance of victory fell into the hands of rivals Mercedes.
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner praised Sergio Perez’s performance in his first race for the team in Bahrain, saying he showed a “very calm head” when his car broke down on the formation lap.
Hiring the engineer who led the development of Mercedes’ championship-dominating power units is not an option for Red Bull’s new F1 engine division, says Helmut Marko.
Max Verstappen hopes the arrival of Sergio Perez makes Red Bull more effective rivals to Mercedes, who he expects will remain the team to beat this year.
Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez expressed doubts over Formula 1’s latest plan to introduce sprint races during the upcoming season.
Red Bull’s new RB16B ran for the first time today in the hands of Sergio Perez, who has joined the team for the 2021 F1 season.
Sergio Perez has got behind the wheel of a Red Bull for the first time in a filming day at Silverstone.
Can Red Bull and Max Verstappen finally end Mercedes’ domination of the V6 hybrid turbo era with the new RB16B, revealed today?
Alexander Albon says a lack of experience worked against him at Red Bull, and he’s determined to use his reserve driver role to get a chance to race in F1 again.
Alexander Albon is targeting a return to Formula 1 in 2022 after losing his drive at the end of last season.
Failure to agree a deal to continue using Honda’s power units would have left Red Bull’s commitment to Formula 1 in doubt, says team principal Christian Horner.
Red Bull is prepared to develop its own power units when Formula 1 introduces new regulations in 2025.
Red Bull expect Mercedes to make a swoop for Max Verstappen if Lewis Hamilton decides not to drive for them again in 2022.
Red Bull is not seeking a sponsor to brand its power units from next year when it takes over running its Honda-developed F1 engines.
Red Bull and its sister team AlphaTauri will continue using Honda’s power units until Formula 1’s new engine rules are introduced in 2025, the teams have confirmed.
The confirmation of F1’s engine freeze for 2022 fired the starting gun for Red Bull to begin building the new facility which will service their ex-Honda power units next year.
Unresolved questions over F1’s future engines plus the usual paddock politics are frustrating Red Bull’s efforts to win rivals over to a freeze on power unit development.
Red Bull will have to wait at least another two weeks for a decision on future power unit rules which has vital implications for their 2022 campaign.
Red Bull’s hopes of continuing to use Honda power units after the 2021 F1 season rest on a crucial vote next week on changes to the engine regulations.