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Ferrari derail Red Bull engine rule change bid

Ferrari has derailed Red Bull's latest attempt to abandon Formula 1's switch to three engines per year in 2018, despite growing unease about the implications of the rule change

Motorsport: Brendon Hartley confirmed for 2018 drive

motorsport: brendon hartley confirmed for 2018 drive
Kiwi Brendon Hartley will drive for Toro Rosso fulltime in Formula 1 in 2018 with Red Bull finally confirming the deal overnight.Hartley made his Formula 1 debut at the US Grand Prix in Austin in..
New Zealand Herald

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News video: Could James Bond's Next Car Be an Aston Martin SUV?

Could James Bond's Next Car Be an Aston Martin SUV? 04:31

Aston Martin CEO Andrew Palmer talks to WSJ's Lee Hawkins about the company's DB11 sports car and plans for an SUV, to be called DBX. He also discusses the strategy for the 104-year-old company, which..
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News video: Lewis Hamilton Extends F1 Lead

Lewis Hamilton Extends F1 Lead 00:43

(CNN)Lewis Hamilton took full advantage of rival Sebastian Vettel's misfortune to win the Japanese Grand Prix Sunday and extend his advantage in the F1 title race to a commanding 59 points. Just six..
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News video: Red Bull Formula 1 racers wary of competition

Red Bull Formula 1 racers wary of competition 01:04

Formula One drivers Max Verstappen and Daniel Ricciardo attended an event in Tokyo and said while they are happy with the win in Malaysia on Sunday, the team still faces tough competition from Mercedes..
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News video: Flying Dutchman Gets 2nd Career Win

Flying Dutchman Gets 2nd Career Win 00:34

(CNN)Dutchman Max Verstappen secured the second victory of his burgeoning Formula One career with a flawless drive to win the final Malaysian Grand Prix at Sepang Sunday. Verstappen, who celebrated his..
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Hartley and Gasly to race for Toro Rosso in 2018

LONDON (Reuters) - New Zealander Brendon Hartley and French driver Pierre Gasly will race for Toro Rosso next season, the Red Bull-owned Formula One team said on Thursday.
SBS Also reported by •SuperSportReuters

Aston reveals track version of Red Bull/Newey-assisted Valkyrie

Aston Martin has unveiled a track-only version of the Valkyrie hypercar that the Red Bull Formula 1 team's Adrian Newey has helped design

Mercedes may emulate Red Bull high-rake concept for 2018 F1 car

Mercedes is considering switching to a high rake concept for its 2018 Formula 1 car, as it bids to eradicate the 'diva' characteristics of its current design

Straight to Valhalla: Aston’s Valkyrie Hypercar to Get an Even Faster Track-Only Sibling

- The Aston Martin Valkyrie, the co-production with the Red Bull Racing Formula 1 team, looks set to become the fastest ever production car when it goes on sale. But if that’s not enough, Aston..
Car and Driver

Red Bull F1 boss slams Niki Lauda's 'unfair' Liberty criticism

Red Bull team principal Christian Horner thinks Niki Lauda has been "unfair" in his criticism of Liberty Media, amid ongoing disagreements about the future direction of Formula 1

Toro Rosso close to announcing Hartley and Gasly as 2018 F1 line-up

Toro Rosso is expected to confirm Pierre Gasly and Brendon Hartley as its 2018 Formula 1 drivers imminently, with Red Bull motorsport advisor Helmut Marko suggesting an announcement is close

Red Bull F1 team says cautious engine mode hurt its Brazilian GP

The Red Bull Formula 1 team says track characteristics and being forced to run conservative engine modes caused its failure to challenge Mercedes and Ferrari in the Brazilian Grand Prix

Brazil GP: Valtteri Bottas' pole position soothes Mercedes' pain of Hamilton crash, robbery

Valtteri Bottas took pole position for Mercedes at the Brazilian Formula One Grand Prix on Saturday while team mate and newly-crowned four-times world champion Lewis Hamilton will start at the back..

Max Verstappen reveals size of Renault F1 engine deficit in Brazil

Max Verstappen says Red Bull's "painful" engine deficit to Mercedes and Ferrari is costing him half a second at the Brazilian Grand Prix, where he couldn't compete for pole position

Brazilian GP: Red Bull moves to calm Renault amid Toro Rosso anger

Red Bull motorsport advisor Helmut Marko has moved to ease tensions with Formula 1 engine supplier Renault amid its escalating row with Toro Rosso

Ferrari and Red Bull fear Mercedes out of reach at Brazilian GP

Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel and Red Bull duo Daniel Ricciardo and Max Verstappen fear the Mercedes Formula 1 team looks unbeatable in the Brazilian Grand Prix after it dominated Friday practice

Ferrari F1 quit talk is bluster, says Horner

SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Ferrari and Formula One need each other just as much and the Italian glamour team's latest threat to leave after 2020 sounds like bluster, Red Bull principal Christian Horner said..
SBS Also reported by •Reuters

F1 grid penalties for Ricciardo and Toro Rossos at Brazilian GP

Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo and Pierre Gasly and Brendon Hartley of sister team Toro Rosso will all take 10-place grid penalties at the Brazilian GP as Renault's end of season woes continue

Brazilian GP: Ricciardo 'likely' to get grid penalty

Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo is "likely" to take a Formula 1 grid penalty for this weekend's Brazilian Grand Prix following his Renault engine failure in Mexico

Formula 1 2021 engine rules backlash is political - Red Bull boss

Manufacturer objections to the proposed 2021 Formula 1 engine regulations have a political element, reckons Red Bull team principal Christian Horner

Red Bull wins boost McLaren's confidence for 2018 Formula 1 season

Red Bull's victories in the 2017 Formula 1 season have given McLaren confidence about what it can achieve when it starts using Renault engines next year, despite the reliability issues

Red Bull 2017 turnaround prompted Max Verstappen to sign new F1 deal

Red Bull's ability to turn its fortunes around over the course of the 2017 Formula 1 season was the main reason Max Verstappen signed a contract extension with the team

Red Bull plans to shift launch of 2018 RB14 by five days

Red Bull boss Christian Horner believes that bringing forward his team's 2018 Formula 1 car by just five days will be enough to help it attack from the first race

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