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Red Bull trophies found in lake
Police have recovered 20 of the 60 trophies stolen from Red Bull’s factory two weeks ago.
'Red Bull can close the gap'
Christian Horner insists that deposed world champions Red Bull remain a strong force and is confident they will close the gap to Mercedes in 2015.
Red Bull devastated by burglary
Red Bull have been left "devastated" after more than 60 trophies were stolen during a break-in at their Milton Keynes factory.
Ainslie brings Newey on board
The most-successful sailor in Olympic history is to join forces with Formula One's most-decorated designer in a bid to win the America's Cup.
Vettel given Red Bull send-off
Ferrari-bound Sebastian Vettel was given a send-off by Red Bull as the German made one final visit to the team’s Milton Keynes factory.
'2014 beyond expectations'
Daniel Ricciardo admits winning three races was beyond his expectations after Red Bull’s pre-season testing woes.
Merc rivals fear repeat in 2015
Mercedes’ rivals already fear they could be in for a repeat of the team’s 2014 dominance next season because of the engine advantage enjoyed by F1's new all-conquering force.
Red Bulls set for pitlane start
Sebastian Vettel and Daniel Ricciardo will start the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix from the pitlane after their exclusions from qualifying.
Mallya slams Red Bull
Force India co-owner Vijay Mallya has launched a scathing attack on Red Bull after both of their cars were thrown out of Abu Dhabi qualifying for technical irregularities.
Alonso takes aim at Mattiacci
Ahead of his final race for Ferrari, Fernando Alonso has aimed a parting shot at team boss Marco Mattiacci after comments he made suggesting that new arrival Sebastian Vettel is more committed than the Spaniard.
Red Bull thrown out of qualifying
Stewards have excluded Red Bull from Abu Dhabi GP qualifying after it was decided that front wings on the cars driven by Sebastian Vettel and Daniel Ricciardo were flexing.
Horner suggests ‘simplified’ V6
Red Bull Team Principal Christian Horner has suggested that Formula 1 should adopt power units with standard parts as a cost-cutting measure.
Sainz Jr to test for Red Bull
2015 Toro Rosso contender Carlos Sainz Jr will test for the senior Red Bull team at next week’s post-season Abu Dhabi test.
‘Smaller teams being driven out’
Bosses of F1’s smaller teams are suggesting an agenda by the sport’s commercial rights holders to drive them out of business, with three-car and customer outfits making up the numbers.
'Ferrari & Red Bull to run third cars'
F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone has denied that a request has been made to Red Bull and Ferrari to field third cars next season, but reiterated that such a provision does exist in the regulations.
Ricciardo vows to go on attack
Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo is aiming to again prove Formula 1’s overtaking king on Sunday as he bids to recover from ninth on the Interlagos grid.
Horner: Merc pace no surprise
Red Bull team boss Christian Horner said he wasn’t surprised Mercedes-powered cars dominated qualifying at the Brazilian GP on Saturday.
Horner slams crowdfunding
Red Bull chief Christian Horner has criticised the attempts of Caterham’s administrator to ask for fans to fund a return to the grid for the team at the Abu Dhabi GP.
Vettel: I could have won this year
One year after his last win in F1 and Sebastian Vettel is hoping to end his barren spell in Brazil this weekend. But the World Champion admits he’ll probably need the weather to be on his side.
Engine unfreeze moves closer
An unfreeze of F1’s engines has moved a step closer according to Christian Horner, who says Mercedes have accepted the “need to provide a window to introduce competition.”