Red Bull Racing

Red Bull’s Vettel wins Japanese Grand Prix

Sebastian Vettel's win in Japan has blown the F1 championship wide open with five races remaining, after Fernando Alonso spun out at the start.

Red Bull chief laments Grand Prix loss

Team chief Christian Horner insists Red Bull were as quick as triumphant McLaren at the Australian Grand Prix and would prove it next weekend.

Vettel warns Ferrari are a major threat

Sebastian Vettel has singled out Ferrari as presenting the main threat to his Red Bull team in this weekend's German Grand Prix.

Alonso confident as Ferrari begin fightback

Fernando Alonso may be relying on the old cliche of taking one race at a time but Ferrari could still mount a decent bid to win this year's title.

Button aims to break Silverstone podium duck

Jenson Button is hoping to end a run of poor results at Silverstone, where he has never made the podium, and challenge rivals Red Bull.

Ferrari happy with second place

Fernando Alonso called his second place in Sunday's European Grand Prix a "great achievement" for Ferrari -- and forecast they are on the way back.

Red Bull chief denies Hamilton move

Red Bull team chief Christian Horner has denied all suggestions that he was scheming to bring in Lewis Hamilton to partner Sebastian Vettel.

Team-orders question hangs over F1 showdown

Formula One historians were reaching for their record books and calculators on Monday.

F1 title battle set to go down to very last lap

Fernando Alonso could take his third Formula One title in Brazil next week but neither Ferrari nor his rivals expect that to happen.

Alonso fired up for title run-in

Red Bull's Mark Webber might still be favourite to clinch the Formula One driver's title, but Fernando Alonso has other ideas.

Under-pressure Vettel shrugs off home hopes

Sebastian Vettel insists he'll be under no extra pressure as he heads into his homeGerman Grand Prix.

Hamilton hails ‘respect’ in McLaren camp

Formula One championship leader Lewis Hamilton is certain the in-fighting affecting rivals Red Bull could never happen at McLaren.


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