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1hNate Saunders

Ricciardo not ruling out move to Ferrari

Australian admits move seems 'unlikely' due to his contract but admits his hunger to win races could force his hand if Red Bull continue to struggle.

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1dNate Saunders

Renault's future hinges on F1 governance

Chief executive Carlos Ghosn says Renault is "not discarding anything" regarding its future involvement in F1 but wants to know it will receive a satisfactory return on any investment post-2016.

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2dNate Saunders

Horner extends contract with Red Bull

Ends speculation his job as Red Bull team principal is under threat by confirming a new long term deal, adding he has a "great relationship" with team owner Dietrich Mateschitz.

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6dESPN Staff

Bottas fastest for Williams on final morning

Finn clocked a 1:10.029 in the FW37, while Nico Rosberg finished the morning third for Mercedes and Fernando Alonso managed just 17 laps in the McLaren MP4-30.

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7dLaurence Edmondson

Horner proposes Ross Brawn as F1's rules saviour

Red Bull team principal Christian Horner warns fellow Formula One bosses that the sport cannot wait for the Strategy Group to make changes in 2017.

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9dNate Saunders

One point was 'the optimum' for Red Bull

Christian Horner doubts team could have done any better than Daniel Ricciardo's 10th position at home grand prix in Spielberg.

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10dKate Walker

Red Bull quit threats, part 912...

Kate Walker analyses the motivation behind Red Bull boss Dietrich Mateschitz's threat to quit Formula One.

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10dLaurence Edmondson

Ecclestone sees through Red Bull quit threat

Bernie Ecclestone does not think Red Bull will leave Formula One despite threats from team owner Dietrich Mateschitz at his home race this weekend.

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11dNate Saunders

Ricciardo taking grid penalty 'on the chin'

Likely to start near the back of the grid in Austria after engine change but happy to take penalty now if it benefits Red Bull in long run.

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22dNate Saunders

'Red Bull deficit 85% power unit, 15% chassis'

Christian Horner defends Red Bull's RB11 after a 'pissed off' Daniel Ricciardo suggested the chassis is as much of a problem as Renault power unit.

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23dNate Saunders

Ricciardo: Canada a new low

Australian baffled by his lack of pace as he finishes 13th in Canada, five places down on Red Bull team-mate Daniil Kvyat.

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23dNate Saunders

Ricciardo 'pissed off' with ninth in Canada

Australian said Red Bull 'just can't seem to get a sweet spot' as he can only manage ninth in Montreal, scene of his maiden F1 triumph last season.

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34dNate Saunders

Monaco showed RB11 is not flawed - Horner

Red Bull team boss says 'there's never been anything fundamentally wrong with the chassis' and admits engine penalties are a possibility for Canadian Grand Prix.

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