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Everything we know about Newey’s ‘no rules’ F1-level Red Bull hypercar

Formula 1 design legend Adrian Newey has always had an affinity for projects outside of grand prix racing, getting creative with new concepts and ideas.

Red Bull ends F1 reserve Vips’ contract after racial slur investigation

Red Bull Racing has terminated the contract of Formula 1 test and reserve driver Juri Vips over his use of a racial slur last week.

Horner warns of F1 "catastrophe" over budget cap crisis

Red Bull boss Christian Horner thinks it would be a "catastrophe" for Formula 1 if team personnel pay the price for a failure to sort out budget cap problems.

Horner tips Mercedes to be strong at Silverstone and Paul Ricard

Christian Horner anticipates Mercedes will pose a greater threat at the front in the coming races, believing Silverstone could be “the most challenging” race for Red Bull.

Marko: Red Bull is "dominating" F1 but needs to address reliability

Helmut Marko says Red Bull is “dominating” Formula 1 after an “unbelievable” run of form, but still needs to address its occasional reliability woes.

Verstappen: Red Bull still "need to improve" to fend off quicker Ferrari

Formula 1 world championship leader Max Verstappen says his Red Bull team still "needs to improve" after feeling Ferrari was quicker during Sunday's Canadian Grand Prix.

Marko: Mercedes F1 push for FIA help on porpoising has "backfired"

Red Bull motorsport advisor Helmut Marko believes Mercedes’ lobbying of the FIA to help cure porpoising in Formula 1 has "backfired".

Red Bull suspends F1 reserve driver Vips for using racial slur

Red Bull Racing has announced that Formula 2 driver Juri Vips has been suspended with immediate effect after using a racial slur.

Horner: Mercedes car concept, not F1's 2022 rules, to blame for issues

Red Bull boss Christian Horner says Mercedes' car concept, rather than failed Formula 1 rules, is to blame for the porpoising issues the team has faced.

F1 Grand Prix practice results: Verstappen fastest in Canadian GP on Friday

Red Bull’s Max Verstappen was fastest during Canadian Grand Prix practice on Friday, the ninth round of the 2022 Formula 1 World Championship.

Red Bull has "no doubts" Ferrari will hit back after Baku double DNF

Red Bull has "no doubts" that Ferrari will strike back from the current Formula 1 wobbles that have derailed the Italian squad's championship bid.

Would Leclerc have won in Baku had his Ferrari survived?

Charles Leclerc's second engine problem in three races meant Max Verstappen had a free run to claim his fifth win of the 2022 Formula 1 season. Whether Leclerc would have been able to repel the Red Bull driver's charge on much older tyres is a question we'll never know the answer to. However, there are some clues from the in-race data that we can infer from

Horner: Unfair if FIA changes rules over F1 porpoising complaints

Christian Horner believes it would be unfair if the FIA changed Formula 1's rules and "penalise the ones that have done a decent job" amid driver complaints about porpoising.

Red Bull: Verstappen/Perez lead swap in Azerbaijan GP not team orders

Red Bull boss Christian Horner insists the position swap between Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez that changed the lead of the Formula 1 Azerbaijan Grand Prix was not strictly team orders.

Verstappen confident of catching Leclerc before his Azerbaijan F1 DNF

Max Verstappen was confident he could have caught Charles Leclerc when his Formula 1 world title rival was leading the Azerbaijan Grand Prix before the Monegasque’s Ferrari engine failed.

Verstappen chasing more front end from his Red Bull F1 car

Max Verstappen has admitted he would like more front-end grip from his Red Bull, as he faces an increased threat from Formula 1 team-mate Sergio Perez.

Leclerc: Still "question marks" over Ferrari and Red Bull F1 form in Baku

Charles Leclerc says there are still "question marks" over the true formbook after topping the times in Friday practice for Formula 1's Azerbaijan GP.

Perez: Early Red Bull F1 contract has relieved unnecessary stress

Sergio Perez says sorting out his new Formula 1 contract with Red Bull so early has helped remove unnecessary stress that could distract him from his title ambitions.

Red Bull: Perez now as comfortable as Verstappen in RB18 F1 car

Red Bull believes Sergio Perez is now as comfortable with its Formula 1 car as Max Verstappen, which has allowed the Mexican to make a solid step in 2022.

Mercedes F1 potential is “dangerous”, admits Red Bull’s Marko

Red Bull’s chief Formula 1 advisor Helmut Marko believes that Mercedes’ recent flashes of potential means it remains a threat in the 2022 World Championship.

Marko: No better F1 option for Gasly than AlphaTauri after Perez deal

Helmut Marko believes Pierre Gasly has no better alternative than staying with AlphaTauri after Red Bull closed the door on a possible return by extending Sergio Perez's Formula 1 contract.

Verstappen: Spain issue shows F1 still needs DRS despite 2022 rules

Red Bull driver Max Verstappen says his DRS issue in Spain has demonstrated that Formula 1 still needs the drag reduction system to facilitate overtaking despite its new-for-2022 car designs.

Red Bull open to evolving RB18 F1 car characteristics in title fight

Red Bull chief engineer Paul Monaghan says the team is willing to evolve the characteristics of the RB18 to ensure its competitiveness over the full Formula 1 season.

How Perez has been better for Red Bull in 2022

OPINION: One week on from getting a ruthless Red Bull team orders call at Barcelona, Sergio Perez delivered the team’s sixth Monaco Grand Prix victory and earned a two-year contract extension. This success backs up discernible improvements the team has noticed in driver who is now his country’s most successful Formula 1 racer

Perez signs two-year extension to Red Bull F1 contract

Sergio Perez has signed a two-year contract extension with the Red Bull Formula 1 team, taking his new deal until the end of the 2024 season.

The F1 implications of Ferrari’s failed Red Bull Monaco F1 protest

The FIA’s rejection of Ferrari’s protest against Red Bull’s drivers may have settled the Monaco Grand Prix result, but it has prompted some debate about Formula 1’s rules going forward.

Red Bull won Monaco GP by "thinking on our feet" - Horner

Red Bull Formula 1 boss Christian Horner says that his team won the Monaco GP by doing "the basics well" and "thinking on our feet".

Spanish GP garage panic prompts F1 fuel temperature debate

Formula 1 teams are discussing the procedure for declaring the minimum fuel temperature with the FIA after the last-minute panic for Red Bull and AlphaTauri at the Spanish Grand Prix.

Horner: F1 teams might have to skip races to meet budget cap

Red Bull boss Christian Horner claims that Formula 1 teams risk breaching the budget cap unless it is adjusted, even suggesting that some won’t be able to complete the season.

What's next for the Green Red Bull controversy?

From the 'pink Mercedes' to the 'Green Red Bull', the Silverstone-based team has received suspicious glares from up and down the Formula 1 paddock over its car design exploits. But after being cleared by the FIA over its Spanish Grand Prix updates amid a backdrop of cries of foul play, what's next in this saga?

Horner: It "didn't make sense" for Verstappen and Perez to fight in Spanish GP

Red Bull team principal Christian Horner insists it “didn’t make sense” for Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez to battle in the Formula 1 Spanish Grand Prix while on different strategies.

Verstappen: F1 Spanish GP Turn 4 error "really caught me by surprise"

Spanish Grand Prix winner Max Verstappen admits his Turn 4 error "really caught me by surprise" and says he was "lucky" to avoid damaging his Red Bull Formula 1 car.

Verstappen: DRS issues made Red Bull change F1 strategy to win Spanish GP

Max Verstappen said his intermittent DRS problems made it "difficult" to win Formula 1's Spanish Grand Prix, which is why Red Bull turned to strategy to come out on top.

Red Bull focused on checking for IP leaks in F1 Aston Martin copy row

Red Bull is not currently planning any further action with the FIA over Aston Martin’s Formula 1 car, instead focusing on an internal investigation to find any possible IP leak.

Horner: "No coincidence" Red Bull staff joined Aston Martin amid copy row

Christian Horner believes it is “no coincidence” that Aston Martin’s Formula 1 car updates have led to a similar design concept since the team has signed Red Bull staff members.

Red Bull: Transfer of IP in Aston Martin F1 design would be "a serious concern"

Red Bull has responded to the FIA's statement clearing Aston Martin over similarities in its Formula 1 car design by saying any transfer of IP would be "a serious concern".

FIA clears Aston Martin over Red Bull F1 car design similarities after investigation

The FIA has cleared Aston Martin after carrying out an investigation into the similarities between its updated Formula 1 car and Red Bull’s car ahead of the Spanish Grand Prix.

Horner: Angsty Verstappen nothing to worry about

Red Bull insists it is not worried by Max Verstappen’s irritation at recent reliability dramas as both team and driver share the same focus on winning in Formula 1.

The F1 rear wing differences between Red Bull and Ferrari

The lap time difference between Red Bull and Ferrari has been very small this year, but the two Formula 1 teams have taken a contrasting approach to set-ups.

Why the lack of “needle” between Red Bull and Ferrari in F1 2022 is a mirage

OPINION: The fight for the 2022 Formula 1 world titles between Red Bull and Ferrari so far features little of the public animosity that developed between the former and Mercedes last year. But that isn’t to say things are full on friendly or won’t get much worse very quickly…

Red Bull: "Lack of peculiarities" with 2022 F1 car helping Perez

Red Bull Formula 1 boss Christian Horner believes the "lack of peculiarities" with the team's car has helped Sergio Perez perform "at a very high level" so far this season.

Horner: Less needle in Ferrari F1 title fight after Wolff clashes

Red Bull team boss Christian Horner says that this year’s Formula 1 title battle with Ferrari is taking place with much less needle than there was against Mercedes in 2021.

Red Bull denies it is burning through F1 development budget

Red Bull has played down suggestions it could be on the back foot by having burned through more of its Formula 1 development budget than rival Ferrari.

Ferrari: Red Bull F1 advantage is only around 0.2 seconds

Ferrari believes its deficit to Red Bull is only around 0.2 seconds per lap, as it sets about closing the gap to its Formula 1 rival.

Ferrari confident faster Red Bull can't maintain F1 upgrade spend

Ferrari believes that the faster Red Bull team will not be able to maintain spending on the aggressive upgrade push that has pulled it ahead in Formula 1.

The Red Bull F1 'ice skate' that could be its porpoising cure

One of the key performance drivers for the current generation of ground effect Formula 1 cars is underfloor aerodynamics, an area that is often hidden from view.

Why there's much more to come from Red Bull in F1 2022

OPINION: Max Verstappen has won two of the opening four races of the 2022 Formula 1 season and failed to finish the others. But even on the races where he's claimed maximum points, Red Bull has still yet to execute a weekend perfectly, which should be an ominous sign for Ferrari in their brewing title battle

Lighter RB18 still needs F1 ‘Weight Watchers’ plan, says Red Bull

Red Bull says making its RB18 lighter helped it beat Ferrari at Imola, but it feels it still needs a full ‘Weight Watchers’ plan to hit its Formula 1 target.

Red Bull explains why it had upper hand over Ferrari at Imola

Red Bull Formula 1 chief Christian Horner believes the team’s ability to get its tyres into a better operating window was the key to beating Ferrari at Imola.

Horner: Red Bull's Imola F1 1-2 "one of our best-ever results"'

Christian Horner believes Red Bull's 1-2 finish at Imola stands as one of the team's best Formula 1 results and a perfect response to race-winner Max Verstappen's disappointing Australia retirement.

Verstappen "still not a fan" of F1 sprint races, despite Imola win

Max Verstappen says he still does not like Formula 1’s sprint race format, despite his Saturday victory over Charles Leclerc at the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix.

Horner: Honda has fixed fuel line issue that caused Verstappen's Australian GP DNF

Red Bull Formula 1 boss Christian Horner is confident Honda has fixed the fuel line issue that stopped Max Verstappen in the Australian Grand Prix.

Verstappen: "No reason to believe" in F1 title right now

Max Verstappen believes there is "no reason to believe" in the Formula 1 title at the moment after suffering two retirements in the first three races of the season.

Verstappen: No clear fix for Red Bull's early season F1 struggles

Max Verstappen says there is no “clear fix” for Red Bull’s early Formula 1 struggles in 2022 after retiring for the second time in three races in Australia on Sunday.

Verstappen F1 fuel system issue ‘totally separate’ to Bahrain problem

Christian Horner says the fuel system issue that caused Formula 1 world champion Max Verstappen’s retirement in Australia is “totally separate” to the problem that hit Red Bull in Bahrain.

Red Bull's reliability issues "unacceptable", says Verstappen

Max Verstappen says Red Bull's reliability problems are "unacceptable" if the team wants to keep itself in the Formula 1 title hunt.

Red Bull F1 veteran Rocquelin moves to junior programme role

Christian Horner has paid tribute to Red Bull Racing head of race engineering Guillaume 'Rocky' Rocquelin ahead of the Frenchman’s final Formula 1 race in a frontline team role.

Australian GP could deliver MotoGP-style overtake fest, says Horner

Formula 1’s Australian Grand Prix could deliver a MotoGP-style overtake fest thanks to the four DRS zones, reckons Red Bull boss Christian Horner.

Horner: "Very easy" for Red Bull Powertrains to work with new OEM in F1

Christian Horner says it would be “very easy” for Red Bull Powertrains to adjust to work with a new Formula 1 power unit supplier amid continued links to Porsche.

Marko: Sainz on the backfoot for Ferrari a "disadvantage" for Red Bull

Red Bull says its Formula 1 world championship hopes are not being helped by Carlos Sainz Jr so far failing to match Ferrari team-mate Charles Leclerc’s form.