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May 12th, 2013
Pirelli is considering an overhaul to its tyres for the British Grand Prix in late June in a bid to prevent excessive pitstops ruining the Formula 1 spectacle. After a four-stop Spanish Grand Prix reignited the debate about whether Pirelli’s aggressive approach to 2013 had gone too far, its motorsport director Paul Hembery admitted on Sunday that changes were now being evaluated. “We aim for two to three pitstops and it was too aggressive today,” he explained.
April 25th, 2013
Red Bull thinks that the Formula 1 title battle is still a four-way fight, even though it is leading both championships after the first flyaways. Sebastian Vettel is the only driver to have won more than one race so far this season, and he currently holds a 10-point advantage in the drivers’ standings over Kimi Raikkonen. Although Red Bull’s rivals are convinced that the RB9 is the out-and-out fastest car, the Milton Keynes-based team is less sure about the situation
January 10th, 2013
Red Bull will unveil its new RB9 at its Milton Keynes factory on February 3, shortly before the first test of 2013 in Jerez. The Milton Keynes-based outfit has been pushing hard to gets its new car ready in time, and there had been speculation that the outfit would not make it to the opening test that begins in Spain on February 5. However, the team wrote on Twitter on Thursday that its new car was ready to run at Jerez, and would be unveiled to the public at its factory
November 27th, 2012
McLaren will be less of a championship threat after Lewis Hamilton’s exit , reckons Red Bull boss Christian Horner. Hamilton’s departure for Mercedes in 2013 means Jenson Button will be joined at McLaren by Sergio Perez , who has scored three podiums with Sauber but is yet to challenge at the front consistently or win a race. Along with Ferrari, McLaren has been Red Bull’s main opposition through the Milton Keynes squad’s three-season Formula 1 title run.
November 19th, 2012
Red Bull has admitted that the latest alternator failure suffered by the team is a ‘worry’ ahead of the season finale in Brazil. Mark Webber retired from third place on lap 17 of the United States Grand Prix with the alternator breakage – the third time the Milton Keynes-squad has been stopped by such a problem in a race this year.
July 29th, 2012
Mercedes team principal Ross Brawn says rival teams have to simply trust that the FIA is policing Formula 1 in the proper way, on the back of another Red Bull technical controversy in Hungary. Just a week after an issue with Red Bull’s engine maps in Hockenheim, it emerged in Hungary that the Milton Keynes-based outfit had been asked at the Canadian GP to modify a device that could have allowed the team to alter suspension settings manually – something that is against the regulations.
July 10th, 2012
Mark Webber claims it was an easy decision to commit himself to Red Bull Racing for 2013 – after confirming for the first time that he did hold talks with Ferrari. The Australian’s British Grand Prix victory proved the catalyst for him and his Milton Keynes-based outfit to finalise a deal for next year, even though team principal Christian Horner suggested at the weekend that they would still hold back for a while before beginning talks. Webber says the prospect of fighting for the world championship this year, and his in-depth knowledge of the way Red Bull Racing operated, were key factors that made him choose to stick with his current team once again
May 1st, 2012
Fernando Alonso handed Ferrari the perfect start to Formula 1′s in-season test at Mugello by going fastest on the opening morning. The times, however, mattered little on a day which started wet and dried throughout as the 11-strong field – missing only HRT – headed out
January 17th, 2012
Red Bull Racing will unveil its new RB8 on its own official website on February 6, the day before the first pre-season test takes place. The team announced on Tuesday that at 1pm on February 6, images of the new car and comments from drivers and management will be available on www.redbullracing.com . The RB8 car will be the machine that the Milton Keynes-based outfit is hoping will deliver its third consecutive drivers’ and constructors’ world championship following Sebastian Vettel’s back-to-back success in 2010 and 2011
December 10th, 2011
Red Bull estimated that a crowd of 60,000 spectators turned out for its Home Run championship celebration in its Milton Keynes hometown today. Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber took to the streets in their Formula 1 cars, joined by David Coulthard in a NASCAR Red Bull Toyota and Red Bull stunt rider Chris Pfeiffer. “It’s great to be here in Milton Keynes which is where the cars are built and everyone from the factory works,” said Vettel
November 15th, 2011
Red Bull advisor Helmut Marko says having a winning car is key to retaining the services of Sebastian Vettel in the long run. Vettel has a contract with the team until 2014, having joined the Milton Keynes squad in 2009. Since then he has won two titles and taken 20 wins to become the youngest double champion in history.
November 8th, 2011
Red Bull Racing and Mercedes GP have proved to be the consistently quickest teams at pitstops this season. According to data released by Mercedes GP on Tuesday, its calculations suggest that the fastest average times of the two outfits for every standard tyre change stop are equal ahead of this weekend’s Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
November 2nd, 2011
Red Bull has confirmed that Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber will attend the end-of-year celebration show scheduled for December. The show will take place in Milton Keynes on December 10 along the full length of Midsummer Boulevard in Milton Keynes, between Centre MK (Saxon Gate) and MK Station (Grafton Gate) and will feature two Formula 1 cars driven by Vettel and Webber.
October 8th, 2011
Red Bull Racing team principal Christian Horner has revealed that the new front wing parts that helped Sebastian Vettel claim a sensational pole position for the Japanese Grand Prix only arrived at the track 30 minutes before qualifying. Vettel broke his only version of the front wing with an off during first practice on Friday, so the team had to push ahead with work at the Milton Keynes factory to prepare new endplates. These were then put on a commercial plane from London to Nagoya overnight, before being couriered by helicopter to the Suzuka track shortly before qualifying got under way.
March 1st, 2011
Infiniti has no desire for Red Bull Racing’s Renault engines to be rebadged under its own name as part of its commercial tie-up with the world championship-winning team, despite wild claims this week about such a move. Widespread media reports incorrectly suggested that Infiniti’s partnership with Red Bull Racing would result in the Milton Keynes-based outfit rebranding its Renault engines for 2011.
February 16th, 2011
Red Bull Racing boss Christian Horner says he sees no reason why Mark Webber could not stay at the the team beyond 2011 if he continues to perform as strongly as last year. The Australian renewed his contract with the Milton Keynes-based squad just for one year, meaning he will be free at the end of the current season. Horner has made it clear that Webber will not approach the year thinking this is his final season with Red Bull, and insisted they will talk about the future as the year develops
November 15th, 2010
Red Bull Racing has ‘come of age’ this season and proved itself as the best team in the world at the moment.
November 7th, 2010
Sebastian Vettel says he remains optimistic that he can clinch the drivers’ title after winning the Brazilian Grand Prix. The Red Bull driver took his fourth win of the 2010 season at Interlagos, leading team-mate Mark Webber to another one-two for his team. The result left Webber eight points behind championship leader Fernando Alonso, with Vettel still 16 behind the Spaniard
November 7th, 2010
Fernando Alonso does not expect any friction inside Ferrari’s main title rival Red Bull Racing to boil over onto the track in the Brazilian Grand Prix. On the back of comments from Mark Webber that he felt Red Bull chiefs emotionally favoured his team-mate Sebastian Vettel, there has been intense focus this weekend on the situation within the Milton Keynes-based outfit. But although any trouble between Webber and Vettel could be a help to Alonso as he bids to seal his third world championship title in Brazil today, the Spaniard does not expect to be able to take advantage of anything that is going on at Red Bull Racing
October 7th, 2010
Fernando Alonso thinks it important he at least puts Red Bull Racing under some pressure at this weekend’s Japanese Grand Prix in a bid to force them into errors. With Red Bull Racing having earlier this season failed to convert dominant qualifying form into race results, Alonso thinks there is an opportunity for him to capitalise if he can make his Milton Keynes-based rivals trip up