I never knew just how out of shape my garbage marshmallow body was until I attempted a brief sample of what the Red Bull Racing Formula One drivers put themselves through in order to handle the brutal forces of an F1 car. F1 drivers have to be strong, fit and able to react quickly in order to win, and they’re…
Who’s going to provide Red Bull with Formula One engines when Renault drops the team after 2018? We don’t know! But Red Bull Team Principal Christian Horner is willing to say who it won’t be, or so he says. Either way, this is the worst game of 20 Questions I’ve ever seen.
Renault will drop Red Bull as an F1 engine customer after 2018, reports Auto Motor und Sport. While that stoked fears that Red Bull might be saddled with Honda as their only engine option, Red Bull hinted to Sky Sports that they have “existing relationship” with a motor manufacturer who can hook them up in Renault’s…
Standout Toro Rosso driver (which isn’t hard to do alongside Daniil Kvyat) Carlos Sainz Jr. will be loaned out to Renault for 2018, the team confirmed today. Sainz’s loan to Renault is widely believed to be the deal that let Toro Rosso end their power unit supply contract with Renault early, so naturally, it was…
Red Bull Formula One driver Max Verstappen has had horrifyingly bad luck this year, having finished only half of his races this season. His last retirement was only eight laps in to his home race, to boot. But perhaps the most frustrating thing about it is that it’s always something different that seems to break.
Poor Red Bull driver Max Verstappen has had the worst luck with his car this year, but his teammate Daniel Ricciardo claims to have the answer. You’ve got to sweet-talk the car a little. Be gentle. Massage it a bit. Erm, are you sure we’re still talking about racing a car?
Red Bull Formula One driver Max Verstappen’s home race at the Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps just ended in heartbreak after only 8 laps. Verstappen is the only driver whose bad luck comes close to McLaren’s wasted talent Fernando Alonso’s, as Max has now had to retire from half of his races so far this season.
Formula One is testing their new debris-deflecting shield for the first time during practice today on Sebastian Vettel’s Ferrari, but Red Bull team principal Christian Horner is SO not on board with it. F1's answer for head protection is a wrap-around windshield that looks suspiciously like the idea Red Bull had last…
Aston Martin has updated its insane V12 Valkyrie hypercar design with some new interior details and some body modification to make it even more aerodynamically efficient while adding even more downforce, and apparently the company isn’t even finished making changes.
We all know about Fernando Alonso’s abysmal luck this year, with a trail of broken engines left wherever he seems to race. Max Verstappen is certainly Alonso’s bad luck buddy, as he’s retired five times in the past seven races. Verstappen and Alonso both got taken out at the first turn today at the Austrian Grand…
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.