Hamilton grabs pole, Ricciardo fifth in French Grand Prix Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo qualified fifth fastest for Formula One's French Grand Prix, behind pole sitter Lewis Hamilton and his own teammate Max Verstappen. Brisbane Times 7 hours ago Also reported by • Sydney Morning Herald • The Age
Max Verstappen F1 downforce gamble not enough on straights in France Red Bull claims it was still losing seven tenths of a second on Paul Ricard's straights despite gambling on running Spa levels of downforce in qualifying for the French Grand Prix Autosport 14 hours ago
Red Bull's Adrian Newey Will Race In Ferrari
According to Autosport, "Red Bull chief technical officer Adrian Newey will drive a Ferrari in a race supporting Formula 1's French Grand Prix this weekend. Newey, 59, is racing the Ferrari 430 GTC..
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Brendon Hartley May Receive F1 Penalty
Brendon Hartley fears he will receive a grid penalty for the French Grand Prix after suffering a Honda engine problem during Formula 1's second practice session at Paul Ricard. The Toro Rosso driver..
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Supplying Red Bull Puts A Lot Of Pressure On Honda
Honda’s F1 general manager Masashi Yamamoto admitted that supplying Red Bull puts a lot of pressure on Honda, particularly after the failure of the McLaren collaboration. “It is one of the top..
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Toro Rosso Stands Behind Struggling Driver
Toro Rosso has boosted Brendon Hartley’s chances of staying with the Red Bull junior team. Amid speculation the Faenza based team was looking to replace the New Zealander with McLaren’s Lando..
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Red Bull's Adrian Newey racing on F1's French GP support bill Red Bull chief technical officer Adrian Newey will drive a Ferrari in a race supporting the Formula 1 French Grand Prix this weekend Autosport 20 hours ago
Renault works F1 team was a factor in Red Bull Honda 2019 decision Red Bull team principal Christian Horner says his team needed a "unique" relationship with its engine supplier, and that Renault having its own Formula 1 team was incompatible with that Autosport 23 hours ago Red Bull believes Ricciardo would be 'bold' to join slower F1 teams Red Bull team principal Christian Horner says Daniel Ricciardo would be "fairly bold" to join McLaren or Renault when he has been lapping those teams in recent Formula 1 races Autosport 2 days ago
Max Verstappen excited by bespoke Honda F1 engine design prospect Max Verstappen says the prospect of Honda designing its Formula 1 engine entirely around the requirements of Red Bull and Toro Rosso gives him faith in his team's 2019 decision Autosport 2 days ago
Honda deal is positive for Red Bull, says Verstappen Red Bull's decision to switch from Renault to Honda engines for at least the next two seasons looks a positive step for the Formula One team, according to… Japan Today 2 days ago
Aston Martin: Red Bull's 2019 engine switch won't cause Honda clash Red Bull title sponsor Aston Martin says the Formula 1 team's switch to Honda engines for the 2019 season has caused no concerns about brand confusion Autosport 3 days ago Ricciardo expects Red Bull to ramp up contract talks LE CASTELLET, France (Reuters) - Daniel Ricciardo expects Red Bull to ramp up discussions about a new contract now that they have sorted their engine supplier, amid talk of interest in the Australian.. Reuters 3 days ago
Daniel Ricciardo: McLaren in talks with Red Bull driver McLaren are in talks with Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo about driving for them in Formula 1 next year. BBC Sport 3 days ago Also reported by • BBC News
Renault F1 drivers won't miss Red Bull benchmark after Honda switch Renault drivers Carlos Sainz Jr and Nico Hulkenberg believe the Formula 1 manufacturer will not miss Red Bull as a benchmark when it switches to Honda power next season Autosport 3 days ago
Daniel Ricciardo: Renault and McLaren F1 teams have 'some appeal' Red Bull Formula 1 driver Daniel Ricciardo sees "some appeal" in a potential move to teams such as McLaren or Renault, especially given what Lewis Hamilton has accomplished at Mercedes Autosport 3 days ago Ricciardo mulling move from Red Bull to other F1 team LE CASTELLET, France (AP) — Daniel Ricciardo says over the next six weeks he wants to decide between staying at Red Bull or joining another Formula One team for next year.Ricciardo says on Thursday.. New Zealand Herald 3 days ago Also reported by • FOX Sports