I know, I know: it looks like the Aston Martin is wearing lipstick, or is perhaps dressing up like a vampire for Halloween. But that’s nothing new, and the look is a lot more classy now than it was before.
You know those shows where the interviewer knows unbelievably personal details about the interviewee’s background? The first record they bought? Their first dog’s favorite afternoon snack? Here’s what happens when that goes terribly wrong.
Mark Webber played along in Belgium, but he apparently learned his lesson about the “shoey”—a celebration done by drinking out of a shoe. Winning Red Bull driver Daniel Ricciardo convinced several others on the Formula One Malaysian Grand Prix podium to do a shoey, but Mark’s reaction was the best.
So much work goes into each part of a Formula One car that it’s a little mind-boggling when you start to think about it. Even the mundane parts you rarely think about have to come from somewhere. Case in point: the life cycle of a seemingly ordinary suspension bolt.
If you head over to Red Bull Racing’s career page right now, you’d see a section labeled “AM-RB 001 Engineers,” and if you clicked on that, you’d be brought to a page where Red Bull is looking for engineers with experience in hybrid powertrains—not that we should be expecting anything else.
As surprising as it is, Lewis Hamilton’s Monaco Grand Prix win on Sunday was his first in Formula One since clinching the 2015 title at Circuit of The Americas in October. But that wasn’t the main story to come out of the race—rather, it was Red Bull Racing’s royal pit-stop screw up with pole sitter Daniel Ricciardo.
A Mercedes didn’t win the most recent Formula One race—neither of the cars even made it through the opening lap—and a Mercedes won’t sit on pole for this weekend’s Monaco Grand Prix. Instead, Daniel Ricciardo took his first-career pole position with the Mercedes teammates right behind him.
Red Bull Racing will replace Daniil Kvyat with Max Verstappen from Torro Rosso as Daniel Ricciardo’s teammate starting with the Spanish Grand Prix next weekend, the team announced today.
What Red Bull Racing has been toying around since March is finally here in the flesh, with Daniel Ricciardo testing the new windshield safety device this Friday at the Russian Grand Prix.
Infiniti and Red Bull Racing will discontinue their partnership at the end of the 2015 season, one year before their contract was supposed to end. While the F1 team will continue to use Renault engines, the new power units will wear TAG Heuer badges.
As if getting pwned by their own unreliable Renault power units all year long wasn’t enough, Red Bull sent its Formula One drivers to compete in some sumo wrestling ahead of the Japanese Grand Prix. Big surprise: Sumo Dude wins.
Hot on the heels of rumors about Aston Martin joining Red Bull Racing in a F1 partnership comes word that the team’s former rockstar designer Adrian Newey is working on a hypercar that could land in 2018.
Oh, rumor mill, we love you so. Either a deal with Aston Martin will finally bring Formula One’s Red Bull Racing a functional power unit, or it’s a rumor so crazy that it will allow us to indulge in a time-honored Independence Day tradition: having a chuckle at Britain’s expense.
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner’s vision for the future of Formula One is so brilliantly simple that if it was down to him, people would actually start watching races again. Bernie, I believe it’s time to get the fuck out.
CCTV-footage shows how the robbers went for all-wheel drive traction in order to safely crash though the doors before stealing the 60 trophies from Red Bull Racing's headquarters, only to dump some of them in a lake while hiding from the police.
About twenty of the over sixty stolen trophies from Red Bull Racing's factory in Milton Keynes have been recovered from the bottom of Horseshoe Lake on Monday.
Red Bull Racing advisor Dr. Helmut Marko has seen the video of the bizarre trophy burglary from over the weekend and told German newspaper Die Welt today that he believes that the trophies will be scrapped.
Italian motorsport journalist Alberto Sabbatini posted this image of Red Bull Racing's break-in this morning, showing how thieves drove right into the factory in Milton Keynes. This is the kind of damage that occurs when you drive a silver 4x4 through the front glass doors of an office building.
The Red Bull Racing team has released a statement about a break-in at their racing factory. According to the team and to the local police, a group of men drove a truck through the front entrance, thereby allowing them to abscond with more than 60 racing trophies.
Per the BBC, the FIA will be investigating the front wings on both Daniel Ricciardo and Sebastian Vettel's Red Bull Racing cars. The FIA, which sanctions Formula One, claims that the current wings flex downwards too much, giving the Red Bull cars an unfair aerodynamic advantage at speed.