Red Bull has confirmed an employee who sent racist personal text messages is no longer working for the company.
Red Bull do not believe Lewis Hamilton intentionally collided with Max Verstappen at Silverstone, team principal Christian Horner has confirmed.
Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff blamed Red Bull for triggering an “avalanche” of criticism of Lewis Hamilton on social media following the British Grand Prix.
Pierre Gasly says his chances of returning to Red Bull depend on how Sergio Perez performs at the team this year.
Few teams have successfully used F1’s ‘right of review’ process to earn a harsher penalty for a rival – but Red Bull have, against Lewis Hamilton. Will they do it again?
The damage incurred to Max Verstappen’s Red Bull in his first-lap crash after tangling with Lewis Hamilton last weekend cost £1.3 million ($1.8m), the team has revealed.
The stewards said Lewis Hamilton was not wholly to blame for the collision with Max Verstappen. Red Bull disagree. Will they ask for a review?
Red Bull’s Christian Horner says the stewards should be “locked away” from team principals during races but FIA race director Michael Masi disagrees.
Valtteri Bottas says that Mercedes’ package of upgrades for the British Grand Prix should bring its car’s speed closer to Red Bull’s.
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner expects a fightback from championship rivals Mercedes at this weekend’s British Grand Prix.
Both sides in the Lando Norris-Sergio Perez clash criticised the McLaren driver’s penalty, but race director Michael Masi backed the stewards’ call.
Honda will continue to supply Red Bull’s Formula 1 engines from its base in Sakura next year, after the Japanese manufacturer’s withdrawal from the sport.
Mercedes chief technical officer James Allison confirms the team will bring new parts to its car this year after team principal Toto Wolff indicated otherwise.
Red Bull CEO Christian Horner believes new regulations on pit stops have been introduced to take away part of his team’s performance advantage.
The FIA is to introduce new rules forcing F1 teams to slow down their rapid, two-second tyre changes during races.
F1 teams must comply with sweeping new tyre pressure and temperature checks from this weekend’s race and a practice Red Bull used in qualifying is now forbidden.
Sergio Perez gave credit to Alexander Albon for helping him get up to speed at Red Bull following his first victory for the team last weekend.
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner says Sergio Perez’s performance in the Azerbaijan Grand Prix is exactly what the team has needed.
Max Verstappen said he had no indication he was about to suffer a tyre failure before the crash which cost him victory in the Azerbaijan Grand Prix.
Mercedes and McLaren remain dissatisfied rival teams are able to continue using rear wing designs which they believe flout the regulations.