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3dLaurence Edmondson

Newey concerned rivals will outspend Renault

Red Bull's chief technical officer Adrian Newey believes plans to ditch the engine token system in F1 next year will result in a "spending frenzy" among engine manufacturers.

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13dLaurence Edmondson

Newey hits out at Mercedes engine dominance

Red Bull's chief technical officer Adrian Newey says his team is likely to lose ground on rivals Mercedes and Ferrari this year due to Formula One's "unhealthy" engine situation.

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14dLaurence Edmondson

Red Bull predicts another year of Mercedes superiority

Red Bull advisor Helmut Marko has predicted another year of Mercedes dominance, saying the current engine regulations will prevent teams challenging the reigning champions.

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17dLaurence Edmondson

F1 returns to action at wet weather test

The first Formula One action of 2016 got underway in Paul Ricard on Monday as Pirelli conducted a wet weather test with 2015 cars.

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21dNate Saunders

Red Bull reveals livery launch date

Red Bull will launch its new livery on February 17, the week before winter testing begins in Barcelona, at an event in London.

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34dNate Saunders

Toro Rosso's early 2015 form frustrated Kvyat

Daniil Kvyat concedes to feeling frustrated with the strong form of former team Toro Rosso in early 2015 as he initially struggled to adapt to life at Red Bull.

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37dNate Saunders

Newey doubts 2017 changes will go far enough

Red Bull technical chief Adrian Newey says there are "no really fundamental differences" between the proposed 2017 regulation changes and the current rules in Formula One.

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38dNate Saunders

Red Bull reveals new logo for 2016

Red Bull has dropped the "Infiniti" brand from its logo ahead of the new campaign, which will see it run with Renault engines branded as TAG Heuer.

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38dNate Saunders

Winless 2015 made me stronger - Ricciardo

Australian expects to be 'very strong' in 2016 after learning lessons from Red Bull's frustrating and winless campaign last season.

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50dLaurence Edmondson

Newey sees Toro Rosso and McLaren as threats in 2016

Red Bull's Adrian Newey is concerned his team will struggle against Toro Rosso and McLaren next year if Renault does not make significant progress with its power unit over the winter.

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67dLaurence Edmondson

Red Bull: Renault's plans for 2016 show promise

Red Bull says Renault's concept for its 2016 has potential, but admits there are still doubts over the French manufacturer's ability to deliver the improvements.

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