19/09/2015 Lauda sure Ferrari will supply engines to Red Bull Sep.19 (GMM) Along with a clear quit threat, Red Bull has announced that it is splitting with long-time engine supplier Renault. "The separation from our engine partner at the end of the […]
29/06/2015 ‘Red Bull to decide future before summer break’ Jun.29 (GMM) Red Bull has not ruled out quitting formula one. That is the warning of the energy drink company's Dr Helmut Marko, after mogul Dietrich Mateschitz issued the threat at his […]
23/04/2015 No Red Bull comeback until season end – Marko Apr.23 (GMM) Dr Helmut Marko has admitted the Red Bull-funded Austrian grand prix trophy will probably be passed into Mercedes' hands. The June race at the former A1-Ring, now known as […]
02/06/2017 Engine rules ‘driving McLaren to ruin’ – Marko Jun.2 (GMM) Dr Helmut Marko says formula one desperately needs new engine rules for 2021.
The Austrian is a leading F1 official at Red Bull, the energy drink owned company that has two […]
15/03/2016 Marko hints F1 to ‘equalise’ engine performance Mar.15 (GMM) Moves are afoot to close the performance gaps between the four 'power units' in formula one. Dr Helmut Marko, the outspoken Red Bull official, said his boss Dietrich […]
10/09/2015 New engine deal ‘first step’ to Red Bull future Sep.10 (GMM) Red Bull is now all but admitting that its next engine partner will be Ferrari. The energy drink stable, also comprising the Faenza based team Toro Rosso, has reportedly […]
15/12/2015 Marko hopes ‘watch will not stop’ in 2016 Dec.15 (GMM) Dr Helmut Marko said he is hopeful changes at Renault will help Red Bull to charge back towards the front in F1. The energy drink company tried to dump Renault and switch to […]
31/08/2017 Sainz says Red Bull to decide future Aug.31 (GMM) Carlos Sainz says his future in F1 remains in the hands of his Red Bull bosses.
As the sport moves onto Monza this weekend, rumours are swirling yet again that the energy […]
15/04/2017 Red Bull concerned about flexible Ferrari Apr.15 (GMM) Red Bull has become the first F1 team to admit concerns about the flexibility of Ferrari's 2017 car.
The energy drink owned team is notably lagging behind Mercedes and […]