Two Formula 1 teams are believed to have exceeded the sport’s budget cap in the first year it was introduced, according to reports in German and Italian media.
Red Bull say their new Formula 1 power unit facility will eventually be able to supply engines to up to four different teams.
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has explained why months of negotiations with Porsche over a tie-up between the two broke down with no agreement reached.
Sergio Perez suspects he could have split the two Ferrari drivers on the grid if he hadn’t spun at the end of qualifying.
Lewis Hamilton says Red Bull’s rising performance has shown he was wrong to refer to them as “just a drinks company” over a decade ago.
Ferrari say championship rivals Red Bull were “on another level” of performance at Spa, and are concerned it could be the shape of things to come.
Red Bull’s performance in the Belgian Grand Prix was on a par with the team’s peak dominance when it won a string of world championships between 2010 and 2013, said Christian Horner.
Charles Leclerc is concerned the sudden performance advantage Red Bull demonstrated in qualifying today could be the shape of things to come.
Red Bull will continue to receive technical support from Honda in running their Formula 1 power units until the current engine regulations are replaced.
Max Verstappen said the power unit problem which thwarted his final run in qualifying was “painful” after the team proved quicker than expected.
Sergio Perez says he lost third place to George Russell when the French Grand Prix restarted because he was given incorrect information about the Virtual Safety Car period ending.
Max Verstappen says Red Bull realised they hadn’t got the best out of their package in the Austrian Grand Prix after their defeat to Ferrari.
The French Grand Prix is set to take place in heatwave conditions. Who can withstand the soaring temperatures? And will this be Paul Ricard’s last race?
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner says the team need to understand the tyre degradation problems they encountered during yesterday’s Austrian Grand Prix.
Sergio Perez with start Saturday’s sprint race from 13th on the grid after the stewards deleted all his lap times from Q3 and his quickest time from Q2.
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has insisted his car’s floor is not flexing excessively after the FIA issued a technical directive clarifying the relevant regulations.
Red Bull’s motorsport consultant Helmut Marko explains why Sergio Perez is the “perfect” team mate for Max Verstappen, and why Carlos Sainz Jnr was dropped.
Mercedes is evaluating Red Bull’s sidepod design as it considers whether to abandon its unique ‘zeropod’ concept.
Max Verstappen says he will feature more heavily in the next series of Netflix’s Drive to Survive after meeting with the producers of a programme he previously accused of “faking rivalries”.
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has admitted a mistake was made in the controversial restart of last year’s season finale, at which Max Verstappen won the world championship.