Post-2020 engine rules key to keeping Red Bull in F1
Red Bull motorsport consultant Helmut Marko says the team could walk away from Formula One after 2020 if Formula One does not secure an "independent" engine by the end of this year.
Red Bull expecting 'signficant step' from Spain upgrade
Red Bull expects to make a "significant step forward" with a "massive" upgrade due for the Spanish Grand Prix in Barcelona.
Ricciardo: RB13 chassis not as good as it should be
After three races and a day of in-season testing, Daniel Ricciardo says the Red Bull chassis is still not where it should be.
Verstappen apologises for 'Brazilian' comments
Max Verstappen has clarified a comment he made about Brazilian driver Felipe Massa following qualifying for the Bahrain Grand Prix and apologised for any offence he may have caused.
Ricciardo 'genuinely thought' Red Bull could win
Daniel Ricciardo "genuinely thought" Red Bull had a chance to win the Bahrain Grand Prix in the early stages as he and teammate Max Verstappen stalked the leaders.
Brake failure costs Verstappen 'a lot of points'
Max Verstappen believes Red Bull lost out on a big haul of points at the Bahrain Grand Prix as a result of the brake failure on his car.
Verstappen not happy with Massa after qualifying
Max Verstappen said his warm-up procedure for his qualifying lap at the Bahrain Grand Prix was ruined by Felipe Massa diving past him at the final corner.
Ricciardo confused like Zoolander over FP2 pace
Daniel Ricciardo says he is refusing to get carried away with Red Bull's apparent low fuel pace following an encouraging Friday practice at the Bahrain Grand Prix.
Max: 'Everybody looks great when they have a good car'
Max Verstappen believes the development race between the top two teams will ultimately decide this year's drivers' championship between Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel.
Ricciardo: Red Bull no longer 'king team' of aero
Daniel Ricciardo says Red Bull has not been the "king team" of aerodynamics for the last few years, something he feels is demonstrated by its gap to Mercedes and Ferrari this year.
Ferrari's strategy for Raikkonen 'didn't make any sense'
Red Bull boss Christian Horner says third and fourth was the maximum for his team in China, though he thinks the team was helped by Ferrari leaving Kimi Raikkonen in "no man's land" on strategy.
Horner: Verstappen 'right up there' with wet-weather greats
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has heaped praise on Max Verstappen, labelling his recovery drive from 16th on the grid at the Chinese Grand Prix as "remarkable".
Hamilton calls Verstappen's style a 'breath of fresh air'
Lewis Hamilton says Max Verstappen's driving style has been a "breath of fresh air" in his relatively short Formula One career.
Ricciardo, Perez reprimanded for anthem mishap
Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo and Force India's Sergio Perez have been handed reprimands for turning up late for the national anthem ahead of the Chinese Grand Prix.
Verstappen: Wet-dry race was perfect for me
Max Verstappen says he benefited from "perfect" mixed conditions at the Chinese Grand Prix on his way to taking a remarkable podium finish from 16th on the grid.
Ricciardo: Red Bull performance genuine
Daniel Ricciardo admits Red Bull's Chinese Grand Prix qualifying pace is a realistic reflection of where the team currently stands in the 2017 Formula One pecking order.
Misfire leaves Verstappen down on power
Max Verstappen said his lack of power during the Chinese Grand Prix was down to a spark plug issue creating a misfire on his Red Bull's Renault engine.
Horner: 2016 proved we can out-develop rivals
Christian Horner is confident Red Bull can out-develop its rivals in 2017 and says a comparison to 2016 shows why the team should not be worried about its current deficit to Ferrari and Mercedes.
Ricciardo: On-board footage reveals Red Bull's weakness
Daniel Ricciardo says Red Bull's lack of rear downforce is visible when comparing on-board footage of his laps with those of the Ferrari and Mercedes drivers.
Verstappen: Not every 2017 race will be quicker
Max Verstappen believes it is wrong to expect a five-second drop in lap times at every race in 2017 and says some may even be slower than last year.
Horner: Red Bull need to find 0.5s to join title fight
Christian Horner believes Red Bull is 0.5s off the battle between Mercedes and Ferrari but is confident the RB13 has the development potential to catch up.
Horner: Red Bull needs 0.5s to catch Ferrari, Merc
Christian Horner believes Red Bull is closer to Ferrari and Mercedes than the Australian Grand Prix suggested and says the team only needs to find 0.5s to make 2017 a three-way fight.
Red Bull: Lack of pace not down to 'trick' suspension removal
Red Bull's drivers have downplayed the impact of the removal of the team's controversial 'trick' suspension, saying it has nothing to do with its lack of pace in Australia so far.
Ricciardo explains qualifying spin
Daniel Ricciardo made no excuses for the spin that left his Red Bull tenth on the grid for the season-opening Australian Grand Prix.
Why the 'Verstappen rule' has been dropped
Race director Charlie Whiting has confirmed that the FIA's ruling on moving under braking while defending position -- colloquially known as the Verstappen rule -- is no longer in the regulation.
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