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Ricciardo rues miscommunication
Daniel Ricciardo reckons he could have started the Monaco GP third on the grid ahead of Sebastian Vettel but for a miscommunication with his Red Bull team in qualifying.
Ricciardo: It’s not just Renault
Daniel Ricciardo says that Red Bull's woes cannot solely be laid at Renault's door, with their chassis also to blame for the former world champions' current lack of pace.
Drivers give plans the thumbs up
Perhaps unsurprisingly, drivers have voiced their support for plans to make F1 cars much faster than the current crop the season after next.
Marko denies Red Bull exit talk
Red Bull motorsport advisor Dr Helmut Marko has dismissed reports quoting him as saying they’d pull out of F1 if Renault’s engine remained uncompetitive and they couldn’t alternatively link up with Audi.
Horner writes off season
After watching Daniel Ricciardo and Daniil Kvyat get lapped by Spanish GP winner Nico Rosberg, Red Bull team boss Christian Horner has written off their challenge for the season.
Ricciardo hopes engine lasts
Daniel Ricciardo is imploring his Renault engine to last through the remainder of the Spanish GP weekend and Monaco in two weeks to avoid a grid penalty in the principality.
Ricciardo aiming for top five
Daniel Ricciardo is looking to improve on a disappointing start to the season at this weekend's Spanish GP.
Horner: Extra engine agreed
Red Bull boss Christian Horner says the introduction of a fifth penalty-free engine for the 2015 F1 season is now just a formality.
Renault: Cars at risk of DNF
Renault admit both Red Bulls and both Toro Rossos are at risk of suffering the same failure that ended Max Verstappen’s Chinese GP this weekend in Bahrain.
Ricciardo in upbeat mood
Daniel Ricciardo says he “definitely feels more confident” in his Red Bull after setting the third fastest time on the opening day of practice for the Chinese GP.
‘Ferrari win gives Renault hope’
Renault Sport F1 managing director Cyril Abiteboul says Ferrari’s victory in the Malaysia GP has given the French manufacturer hope that it might also close the gap to Mercedes.
Renault: F1 exit possible
Renault’s Cyril Abiteboul says all options are open for the French manufacturer – including, after a tough start to the new season, a withdrawal from F1.
Ricciardo: Frustration to blame
Daniel Ricciardo has blamed the war of words between Red Bull and Renault on “frustration” and called on them to pull together and improve their competitiveness, starting in Malaysia this weekend.
Ricciardo feeling optimistic
Daniel Ricciardo hopes Red Bull can have a much "smoother" race in next week’s Malaysia GP after their difficulties in Melbourne.
'Red Bull crying': Wolff
Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff has said that Christian Horner should stop moaning after his Red Bull counterpart called for the FIA to equalise engine performance.
Horner: Renault going backwards
Red Bull team boss Christian Horner has aimed strong words at Renault after their disappointing start to the season in Australia, saying that progress is going backwards.
Engine setback for Ricciardo
Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo will have just three penalty-free engines to complete the 2015 season with after it emerged that the Renault unit which failed in Melbourne practice cannot be repaired.
Pecking order intrigues drivers
Like everyone else, Daniel Ricciardo, Sebastian Vettel and Valtteri Bottas are intrigued by just how the competitive order behind Mercedes will start to reveal itself at this weekend’s Australian GP
Red Bull reveal final livery
Red Bull have unveiled their definitive livery for the 2015 season ahead of two days of filming with the RB11 at the Circuit de Catalunya.
Renault: We're closing the gap
Renault’s Remi Taffin believes that they have halved their engine efficiency deficit to Mercedes, but isn’t predicting any race wins until late in 2015.