7th (36 Pts)
8th (19 Pts)
Christian Horner says the F1 Strategy Group will lose credibility if they cannot make progress when they meet on Wednesday.
Daniel Ricciardo has written off 2015 and called on Red Bull and Renault to focus on producing a front-running car next year.
Ahead of this weekend’s British GP, here are a few reminders why F1 is, despite what you may have heard elsewhere, still in pole position…
Christian Horner has revealed to Sky Sports he has signed a contract extension at Red Bull, committing his long-term future to the team.
Christian Horner insists he's staying at Red Bull after a rival team boss rang him to claim he was going to lose his job.
Bernie Ecclestone reckons "frustrated" Dietrich Mateschitz is less likely to quit the sport while Red Bull aren't winning.
Red Bull team boss Christian Horner says an independent figure like Ross Brawn should write F1's rules.
Red Bull are treating Ferrari’s offer to supply them with engines from 2017 warily, Sky Sports understands.
Red Bull team boss hopes owner can “re-engage” with F1 after admitting his motivation to stay in the sport is waning.
It looks as though Red Bull’s struggle with their “will and motivation” will have to continue for the coming races.
Daniel Ricciardo says he understands the “frustration” Red Bull owner Dietrich Mateschitz feels at his team’s predicament.
Red Bull owner Dietrich Mateschitz has accusing Renault of sapping the team’s sapping ‘will and motivation’ to stay in F1
Sky Sports F1’s Ted Kravitz and David Croft debate whether Red Bull could turn to Ferrari for engines.
Both Red Bull cars are set to start their home race on the back rows of the grid after taking fifth engines of the season.
Renault could quit F1 if in-season engine development isn’t allowed in 2016, Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has warned.
A frustrated Daniel Ricciardo has described the Canadian GP as Red Bull’s worst race weekend of the year so far.
Martin Brundle impressed with Daniil Kvyat’s Monaco performance after the Russian recorded the best result of his F1 career.
Daniel Ricciardo reckons he could have started the Monaco GP third on the grid but for a mistaken call on engine setting.
Red Bull team boss Christian Horner isn't convinced the return of fuel stops would succeed in spicing up the racing.
Daniel Ricciardo says that Red Bull's chassis is also to blame for the former world champions' current lack of pace.
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