Masi: Vettel, Verstappen incidents like 'apples and oranges'
F1 race director Michael Masi said it would be unfair to compare Max Verstappen's race-winning overtake in Austria and the incident that cost Sebastian Vettel victory at the Canadian Grand Prix earlier this month.
Red Bull takes jab at Alonso after first Honda podium
Red Bull has taken a cheeky swipe at two-time world champion Fernando Alonso, tweeting the message 'Now we can fight!' after claiming third place at the Australian Grand Prix.
Brawn: Verstappen must learn to control emotions
Understandable but not justifiable -- that was the view of Formula One's motorsport managing director, Ross Brawn, after watching the altercation between Max Verstappen and Esteban Ocon after Sunday's Brazilian Grand Prix.
Max Verstappen: Bad press or F1 box office?
Love him or loathe him, Max Verstappen will be making headlines in Formula One for years to come. But are his antics good or bad for the sport?
Jos: Ricciardo's pole celebration made Max angry
Daniel Ricciardo's pole position celebrations at the Mexican Grand Prix left Max Verstappen 'very angry', according to the Dutchman's father Jos.
When finishing first comes second
In case you missed it, Max Verstappen put in one of the performances of the season to win Sunday's Mexican Grand Prix. Maurice Hamilton looks at the history of race winners being overlooked when a title is at stake.
Ricciardo ready to give 'cursed' car to Gasly
Daniel Ricciardo's frustration with his Red Bull car reached all new levels at the Mexican Grand Prix after he was forced into his eighth retirement of the year.
Red Bull F1 team reaches new heights with skyscraper burnout
David Coulthard and his Red Bull Aston Martin peel out atop the One Thousand Museum condominium in Miami for Red Bull's latest stunt.
Ricciardo: One-stop strategy, Ferrari struggles can save us
Daniel Ricciardo says it's highly unlikely he will be able to put on an overtaking masterclass in Singapore but he is hopeful that a one-stop strategy and some potential trouble for Ferrari could put him in the mix for a podium.
Ricciardo: Red Bull has the best race pace in Singapore
Daniel Ricciardo believes Red Bull's long-run pace in Singapore is better than both Mercedes and Ferrari's but he stressed it will count for little should the team qualify outside the top two rows on the grid.
Ricciardo set for grid penalty in Monza
Daniel Ricciardo will face a grid penalty at this weekend's Italian Grand Prix after Red Bull team boss Christian Horner confirmed a new power unit would be fitted to his car.
Red Bull drivers stand by approach to Q3
Max Verstappen thinks Red Bull made the right decision to gamble on a single flying lap in the wet during Q3 at the Belgian Grand Prix, even though it meant they didn't have enough fuel to enjoy the best of the track conditions at the very end of the sess
Red Bull rules out signing Alonso because he causes 'chaos'
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has ruled out signing Fernando Alonso as Daniel Ricciardo's replacement on the grounds that the two-time world champion has brought "chaos" wherever he has driven.
Horner suspects Ricciardo's decision was linked to Max
Red Bull team boss Christian Horner believes Daniel Ricciardo's decision to switch to Renault next year was partly influenced by the growing strength of current teammate Max Verstappen.
Red Bull's 2018: A season of failure and 'what-ifs'
A mixture of mechanical gremlins, unreliable Renault engines and driver errors has seen Red Bull fail to maximize their opportunities in 2018. Had things panned out differently, they could comfortably be leading the world championship.
Ricciardo: New deal will definitely be done by Spa
Daniel Ricciardo says his new contract will be signed by the time the Formula One season gets back underway at Spa-Francorchamps later this month.
Ricciardo likens setbacks to punches from Tyson
Daniel Ricciardo has vowed to roll with the punches after suffering his third race-ending reliability issue of the season at the German Grand Prix.
Max on FP2 crash: I was trying to be too quick
Max Verstappen admits he was pushing too hard when he spun off in second practice at Silverstone.
Verstappen: My critics are just jealous keyboard warriors
Max Verstappen has hit out at those who quickly turned against him in 2018 after his error-strewn start to the season.
Renault: Red Bull split a "natural evolution"
Twelve years after it first supplied Red Bull with engines, Renault believes the time will be right to split with the championship-winning Formula One team at the end of the year.
Red Bull to switch to Honda power in 2019
Red Bull will use Honda engines from the start of next season after agreeing a new two-year deal with the Japanese manufacturer.
Is it time for Monaco to change?
It didn't provide the most exciting race of the year, but the Monaco Grand Prix weekend was still full of talking points. ESPN's F1 experts offer their views on the Monaco layout, what Red Bull should do with Max Verstappen and more.
Why Ricciardo's Monaco win ranks among the best
A detailed look at the struggles Daniel Ricciardo faced during the Monaco Grand Prix and why he's left Red Bull in a tricky position for the next few months.
Verstappen ends 2018 podium drought
Max Verstappen ended his wait for a 2018 podium in Spain, and Jonathan Legard says this should bring hope to Red Bull.
Ricciardo expects pre-race warning from Horner
After Red Bull teammates Max Verstappen and Daniel Ricciardo collided at the last round in Baku, Ricciardo is expecting both drivers to receive a stern warning from team boss Christian Horner ahead of Sunday's Spanish Grand Prix.
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