The mighty Russian work truck outfit Kamaz has been winning the world’s toughest races in downright ridiculously large vehicles for what feels like forever. Here’s a close look at one of these snow monsters in action.
Whatever you give Red Bull Formula One drivers Max Verstappen and Daniel Ricciardo to drive, they’ll race it—even if it’s a pair of Aston Martin convertibles towing flimsy wooden camper trailers.
Formula One’s world broadcast feed knows a Sith Lord when they see one. Darth Vader himself got a shout-out during the weather-halted Free Practice 2 session thanks to this mask-wearing Red Bull fan in the grandstands.
Red Bull’s 2017-spec car is named the RB13, so they released an appropriately freaky launch video to debut their new car with every cheesy superstition in the books. Please, show it to small children and send us the reaction videos.
Lately I’ve been depressed at the kind of future we’re heading into: cars that will drive themselves, simulated engine noises, the disappearance of rumbling V8s and natural aspiration, crossovers, climate change, fake news—it’s all going straight to shit, isn’t it?
Marc Marquez is a three-time world champion motorcycle racer, but it takes a special kind of crazy to ride a high-powered racing sport bike up and down ski runs. Especially on the hill “that will rip open your pelvis like a book.”
We already saw a car eat wall right before pit lane, so when everyone saw Red Bull Formula One driver Max Verstappen get loose on lap 39 and start to spin in the same place, we knew we were probably seeing a second-place retirement. Verstappen miraculously got the car straight again and kept going like a boss.
The last spot on the podium for the Formula One Mexican Grand Prix must be a revolving door instead of the usual step. First, Red Bull driver Max Verstappen lost third place for taking a shortcut to keep his position, giving the podium spot to Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel. Hilariously, Vettel later lost third place…
Poor Max Verstappen had the worst luck during the Formula One United States Grand Prix. Before ultimately retiring with a gearbox problem, he surprised the Red Bull pit crew when he came in for a routine tire change.
Formula One steering wheels have colorful knobs and buttons for everything under the sun. Here’s a close-up shot of Max Verstappen’s Red Bull steering wheel from this year’s United States Grand Prix.
See that massive, gaping cavity up there? The one in the back of the joint Aston Martin-Red Bull Racing joint venture, the AM-RB 001? The place where it’s missing a whole lot of car? Apparently that will help the track version make a mind-melting 4,000 pounds of downforce. Oh, and four g of lateral acceleration at…
Alert! Warning! This is not a drill! Something unexpected happened during a Formula One race! Lewis Hamilton retired from the lead of the race after his oh-so-reliable Mercedes power unit started belching big flames. Hamilton’s engine was blown, coming to a halt on lap 42 of 56.
Contact at the first corner of the Formula One Malaysian Grand Prix between Max Verstappen, Sebastian Vettel and Nico Rosberg, sent Rosberg—the other Mercedes battling for a world drivers’ championship—spinning out of the front of the pack.
Mark Webber toasted his fellow Australian Daniel Ricciardo’s second place Formula One Belgian Grand Prix finish with a celebratory “shoey:” a champagne chug out of Ricciardo’s shoe. Nothing says guy love like being able to down another man’s foot-funk.
Max Verstappen claimed a second-place starting position for the Belgian Grand Prix today, breaking a 55-year-old record for the youngest front-row starter in Formula One history, per Sky Sports. I don’t think we’d be lion if we told you this dude was ecstatic over that, either.
Ouninpohja, Finland is a quiet wood with a lazy dirt road winding through it which turns into a racetrack when the World Rally Championship comes to town. Red Bull’s Volkswagen Polo R has won the race here three times. Today, it has some traffic on its tail.
I hope you were lucky enough to catch the Perseid Meteor Shower last week. If you were watching it from the Spanish island of La Palma, a few of those streaks might have actually been these maniacs in wing suits.
“Insane” gets tossed around so much on the internet that it barely means anything anymore. But I can’t think of a better word to describe the long-awaited hypercar collaboration between Aston Martin and Red Bull Racing, because it has a high-revving naturally aspirated V12 engine, a 1:1 power-to-weight ratio, and at…