Red Bull team principal Christian Horner says it is the squads intentions to stay in Formula 1 and sort out the issues with both its car and the sport as a whole.
Senior Red Bull figures have issued quit threats in 2015 amid the team's poor start to the campaign, allied with unhappiness with the current regulations.
Red Bull boss Dietrich Mateschitz suggested the squad could pull out of the sport due to Renault's woes but Horner says it is the team's intention to stay.
"The situation is quite clear, Dietrich Mateschitz made some comments over the weekend and it's exactly how he feels," said Horner.
"He is frustrated and he is frustrated with the show. He is a fan as well and as a fan he has put a huge amount of investment into the sport over the last few years and he wants to see the sport go back to its glory days and see it have the same appeal and attraction that Formula One has previously enjoyed.
"We're working hard to try and help change things and from a team point of view, we want to be in a position where we can be competitive.
"At the moment we're in a difficult position and hopefully we can turn that around. The intention is to be here and to sort out the issues in the sport and our own competitiveness."