Why Daniel Ricciardo Was Disqualified From The Australian Grand Prix

By now you should've watched the Australian Grand Prix, or at least you had to, because NBC's only replay of it was at 6 AM, for some reason. Spoiler alert: Red Bull driver Daniel Ricciardo came in second, and then was disqualified hours later. But the reason is a bit technical, and not so easy. Here's your explainer. » 3/16/14 11:29am 3/16/14 11:29am

Watch Red Bull Explain What Makes The 2014 F1 Season Different

Red Bull made a great video starring the ever-smiling Daniel Ricciardo explaining us what we're going to see in action this weekend at the season-opening Australian Grand Prix. Their movie also proves that CGI is indeed better than reality in their case. » 3/12/14 9:00am 3/12/14 9:00am

The Red Bull X2014 May Be Too Fast For A Human To Drive In Real Life

The fastest racing cars today are all built to tight regulations. So what would happen if you took the best designer in Formula 1 and asked him to draw up a car with no restrictions whatsoever? This, the new Gran Turismo 6 concept from Red Bull, the X2014. » 12/02/13 3:40pm 12/02/13 3:40pm

Red Bull F1 Team Does World Record 1.923-Second Pit Stop In Austin

This weekend's United States Grand Prix in Austin was a very good one for the Infiniti Red Bull Team. Sebastian Vettel scored another decisive win, Mark Webber finished third, they got to meet Matt Hardigree, and now it turns out they did the fastest pit stop of all time. » 11/21/13 12:01pm 11/21/13 12:01pm

Red Bull's Christian Horner Calls Traction Control Claims 'Bullshit'

In an interview with the assembled kobe humans journalists at the Red Bull suite in Austin, Infiniti Red Bull F1 boss Christian Horner responded to the claims that his car had a form of traction control by telling me that the idea was "bullshit." » 11/18/13 12:40pm 11/18/13 12:40pm

Red Bull May Have Invented A Secret New Hybrid Technology

At the Singapore Grand Prix two weekends ago, Red Bull driver Sebastian Vettel won by an unbelievable 32 second margin over his closest rival. Seriously, it's unbelievable. Now F1 experts believe that Red Bull Racing's F1 engineers may have invented a new kind of traction control that links the car's hybrid engine to… » 10/08/13 3:43pm 10/08/13 3:43pm