December 14th, 2010
NO BIKE PRO: Mark Webber recently admitted that he fractured his shoulder in a bicycle accident Oct. 3, one week before the Japanese Grand Prix. (Steve Etherington Photo) BLOOMINGTON, Minn.
December 2nd, 2010
Scott Speed will not drive for Red Bull Racing during the 2011 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season. (HHP/Gregg Ellman Photo) HARRISBURG, N.C.
November 23rd, 2010
LUXURY CLASS: Sebastian Vettel traveled to Austria, England and then back to Abu Dhabi in the days after the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix Nov. 14, where he claimed the Formula One World Championship.
June 22nd, 2010
SONOMA, Calif. — As a 15 year old, Jimmie Johnson came to Infineon Raceway when it still was called Sears Point Raceway, eager to attend a driving school, to slide into a Formula Ford and get his first experience on asphalt
June 8th, 2010
BLOOMINGTON, Minn. — Red Bull says it has drawn a line under the controversial collision bet-ween Mark Webber and Sebastian Vettel in the Turkish Grand Prix. Vettel dived through a narrow gap left by Webber in an attempt to take the lead, but then drifted into Webber’s path
June 8th, 2010
BLOOMINGTON, Minn. — In the wake of the incident at the Turkish Grand Prix that took out both Team Red Bull Racing drivers, the team has shown its confidence in Australian veteran Mark Webber
May 19th, 2010
CONCORD, N.C. — Brian Vickers will miss this week’s NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race at Charlotte Motor Speedway as he continues to recover from blood clots in his legs and near his lungs
May 18th, 2010
MONACO — Holding grand prix races on back-to-back weekends is logistically feasible, but it always means a lot of hard work for the teams.
May 16th, 2010
By Dan Knutson NSSN Correspondent MONACO — Victory in Monaco. It doesn’t get any better than this in Formula One
May 10th, 2010
Red Bull Racing boss Christian Horner has defended his team’s reliability record after more problems struck the outfit in the Spanish Grand Prix. Although Mark Webber delivered what Horner described as an ‘immaculate’ performance to win at Barcelona, Sebastian Vettel had a frustrating afternoon – losing time with a slow pitstop, struggling with a front wing adjuster sensor failure and then being slowed by brake issues in the closing stages of the race. Although the team has encountered costly reliability dramas already this season – with a spark plug failure and wheel problems robbing it of wins in Bahrain and Australia – Horner insists his team is no worse than other outfits
April 4th, 2010
SEPANG, Malaysia — Sebastian Vettel lost the lead in the recent Australian Grand Prix when the front wheel of his Red Bull came loose. In Malaysia, Red Bull team chief Christian Horner told National Speed Sport News: “Effectively the front wheel came loose and sheared the drive pegs, which caused Sebastian to go off.
March 28th, 2010
MELBOURNE, Australia — Red Bull does not have a trick system to adjust the ride height of its cars, insists team principal Christian Horner. But there was plenty of speculation swirling around the Albert Park paddock about teams using such systems.
March 13th, 2010
SAKHIR, Bahrain — Red Bull Racing’s Sebastian Vettel has said they’d be tough to beat this year in Formula One competition. After capturing the pole for Sunday’s Bahrain Grand Prix, Vettel may be out to prove his point. Vettel aced the field of 24 by snatching the pole for the Formula One season opener with his 1:54.101 lap to best Ferrari’s Felipe Massa, who settled for second on the grid