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Posted on Friday, August 3, 2018

Ricciardo joins Renault for two seasons

Renault Sport Formula One Team confirms that Daniel Ricciardo will join the team for the next two Formula One seasons. He will team up with current driver Nico Hülkenberg. “Daniel’s signing underscores our determination to accelerate our progress towards the forefront of the sport. It is also a recognition of the work accomplished over the past two and a half seasons. Daniel’s undoubted talent and charisma are a huge bonus and statement for the team. We will have to repay his faith in us by delivering […]

Posted on Monday, July 30, 2018

Verstappen:

Frustrating day for Red Bull's Max Verstappen as he had to retire from the Hungarian Grand Prix with an engine failure with only five laps gone. The Dutchman had made a great start from P7 and while having a competitive race car at Hungaroring he might have been in the fight for a podium finish. It is now a question of him getting penalties for the Belgian GP at Spa-Francorchamps after the summer break. “Today didn’t go the way we planned. I felt good with […]

Posted on Sunday, July 8, 2018

Verstappen:

A tough race for Max Verstappen today as he initially got up to third place from the busy start to eventually retire on lap 46. The decisive moment came during the first Safety Car when Red Bull put its both drivers on the medium tyre to the end of the race. Few laps later showed that the cars were powerless to attack or defend against opponents, especially on the straights. Frustration got higher when Verstappen had to retire due to a suspected brake-by-wire related issue. “It’s […]

Posted on Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Red Bull switches to Honda engine

Red Bull announced that it has reached an agreement with Honda Motor Co Ltd to race with the Japanese manufacturer’s power units for the 2019 and 2020 Formula 1 seasons. The Team will continue to race under the name of Aston Martin Red Bull Racing. “This multi-year agreement with Honda signals the start of an exciting new phase in Aston Martin Red Bull Racing’s efforts to compete not just for grand prix wins but for what is always our goal – championship titles," said Team Principal […]

Posted on Sunday, May 27, 2018

Ricciardo wins dramatic Monaco GP

Despite having power issues starting with lap 28, Daniel Ricciardo manage to win the Monaco Grand Prix from pole to deliver Red Bull its 57th win in its milestone 250th race. Ricciardo’s margin of victory over Scuderia Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel was a stout 7.336 seconds. The win was the seventh of Ricciardo’s Formula One career, his second this season and his first at Monaco. “Wow, it still hasn’t sunk in. It was a perfect weekend but a crazy race. It’s such a long week and […]

Posted on Sunday, May 13, 2018

Verstappen breaks misfortune with podium

After a tricky first four races of the 2018 season Max Verstappen managed to stay out of trouble during the Spanish Grand Prix and drive a faultless race that sent him on the podium. It is the 150th podium for Red Bull and Verstappen’s first podium of the season. The car showed strong pace that helped on making the soft tyre completing almost half distance. Lap times improved after the pit stop as team switched to the medium tyre. Despite sustaining some damage in contact […]

Posted on Friday, October 20, 2017

Verstappen extends Red Bull contract to 2020

Max Verstappen has agreed and extended his contract with Red Bull Racing through the 2020 season. The Dutchman enjoyed a successful debut with the team in 2016 when becoming Formula One's youngest ever grand prix winner at the Spanish Grand Prix. "Red Bull has always shown their faith and belief in me with actions; inviting me in to the young driver programme as a 16-year-old, then giving me my start in Formula One when I was just 17, and then the opportunity to race with Red […]

Posted on Sunday, October 8, 2017

Verstappen:

Max Verstappen finished 1.2s behind Lewis Hamilton at the Japanese GP, coming close from taking another victory following his Malaysian success last week. At one stage the gap had even been under a second but the Red Bull racing drivers admits it would have been difficult to pass Hamilton. “This is my second year in a row on the podium here at Suzuka; it seems like Japan is a good place for me," said Verstappen. "Our car was very competitive in the corners but it meant we lost […]

Posted on Friday, April 28, 2017

Ricciardo:

Daniel Ricciardo set the sixth fastest time in both practice sessions on Friday and reckons the team's performance can improve tomorrow, but not enough to overcome the top two teams in the championship standings. His team mate, Max Verstappen, finished FP1 on fourth and FP2 on fifth.  As Sochi is not one of Red Bull's favourite tracks, the team was already expecting a tough weekend here, the aim being to limit de damage and score as much as possible. The gap to Mercedes and Ferrari looks bigger in […]

Posted on Sunday, February 26, 2017

Red Bull show off RB13

Red Bull Racing have unveiled their new 2017 contender ahead of the new F1 season - the RB13. The new engineering regulations mean that the engineers have been hard at work to ensure the car gives the team a chance to eclipse Mercedes this upcoming season after finishing second in the constructors' race last time out. Team Principal Christian Horner revealed earlier in the week: “We are like a swan on the surface and paddling furiously underneath but that is the same as every preseason […]

Posted on Sunday, October 2, 2016

Ricciardo wins dramatic Malaysian GP

Daniel Ricciardo held off Red Bull team-mate Max Verstappen to take victory in a breathtaking Malaysia GP and end Mercedes' ten-race winning streak as Lewis Hamilton suffered a costly retirement. Ricciardo snatched the lead on Lap 40 as pole-sitter Hamilton, who held a comfortable advantage, saw his race come to a fiery and devastating end as he ground to a halt at Turn 1 following an engine failure. The Aussie had superbly defended from Verstappen a few laps earlier, holding his own as they sensationally […]

Posted on Friday, August 26, 2016

Verstappen leads Red Bull 1-2 in second practice

Max Verstappen edged out Red Bull team-mate Daniel Ricciardo to set the pace in the second practice session ahead of the Belgian GP as rivals Mercedes chose not to register a representative lap time. Verstappen's impressive 1:48.085 on the supersoft tyres saw him finish over two tenths clear of Ricciardo, although the Dutchman did encounter power unit issues towards the end of the session. Nico Hulkenberg and Sergio Perez were third and fifth fastest respectively, with Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel sandwiched between the Force India pair […]