Red Bull boss Christian Horner says outgoing engine supplier Renault will not be in a position to win until 2018 at the earliest.
Daniel Ricciardo does not fear being left without a drive next year, despite Red Bull's continued threats to quit the sport.
Young French driver replaces Sebastien Buemi and Antonio Felix da Costa as official stand-in for Red Bull drivers Daniel Ricciardo and Daniil Kvyat.
Bernie Ecclestone believes time is running out to keep Red Bull in Formula One and tells team owner Dietrich Mateschitz 'we do not want [you] to leave'.
Christian Horner says Red Bull is now in a critical situation as it approaches the end of September without an engine supply deal in place for 2016.
Daniil Kvyat will start from the pit lane at the Japanese Grand Prix after Red Bull had to build him a new car following his qualifying accident on Saturday.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff says three car teams remain an option for Formula One if Red Bull follows through on its threat to quit the sport.
Daniil Kvyat takes full responsibility for scary crash at the end of Q3 in Suzuka after putting two wheels on the grass on the approach to the Hairpin.
Christian Horner says he is working hard to keep Red Bull in the sport, but admits his boss Dietrich Mateschitz is becoming increasingly disillusioned with Formula One.
Daniel Ricciardo thinks Red Bull can be in the top five at the Japanese Grand Prix if it utilises the hour-long FP3 to perfection after a rain-affected Friday of practice.
Daniil Kvyat has played down his Mercedes-beating pace during wet Friday practice for the Japanese Grand Prix.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff says Ferrari and Red Bull has the team's complete attention at Japanese Grand Prix despite expectations it will return to a dominant position at Suzuka.
Daniel Ricciardo doubts Red Bull's quit threats will become a reality and thinks the team can find a solution with Ferrari for 2016.
Red Bull says it will be left with no option but to quit F1 if a deal to race Ferrari engines cannot be reached.
Toto Wolff said Mercedes did not want to jeopardise the hard work which has gone into current dominance of F1 by giving Red Bull a powerful engine for 2016.
Article published in Red Bull media platform Speedweek says team will only stay in Formula One if it is given equal engines to Ferrari for 2016.
Red Bull boss Christian Horner says it will be 'very much a long shot' for Ferrari to win the title in 2015 if Mercedes' pace returns to normality in Japan.
Christian Horner thinks Formula One needs more competitive engine manufacturers in the sport but says speculation linking Volkswagen to Red Bull is "pure speculation".
Daniel Ricciardo happy with second position but rues timing of second safety car in Singapore, triggered by an intruder on the track on lap 37.
Daniel Ricciardo genuinely surprised by Mercedes failing to challenge for pole after qualifying second behind Sebastian Vettel for the Singapore Grand Prix.
Volkswagen is close to buying the Red Bull Formula One team, according to a report on the BBC.
Helmut Marko says the decision has already been made to quit if Red Bull cannot replace Renault with a competitive engine in 2016.
Daniel Ricciardo thinks Red Bull's focus should be on Ferrari and Williams in Singapore, with the Australian convinced a podium is up for grabs.
After topping FP2, Daniil Kvyat says Mercedes should be judged on Saturday after seeing it surprisingly off the pace under the lights at Marina Bay.
Daniel Ricciardo describes 2015 with Renault as 'torture' and says he just wants Red Bull to have a power unit to allow it to regularly compete for podiums again.
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