Red Bull have unveiled the colour scheme that will adorn the cars of Daniel Ricciardo and Daniil Kvyat in 2016.
In the United States, Red Bull and McLaren were the latest teams to take on board key aspects of Mercedes' front wing design.
Daniel Ricciardo believes this weekend’s British Grand Prix will be a watershed race for Red Bull, marking the start of a turnaround in the team's 2015 fortunes and competitiveness.
Daniel Ricciardo says neither he nor Red Bull understand why they only had the pace to finish 13th in Montreal, the venue where he triumphed for the first time in Formula One racing last year.
Red Bull Racing have confirmed they will continue their partnership with Renault Sport Racing for the supply of the power unit currently badged as TAG Heuer for the 2017 and 2018 seasons. Sister team Toro Rosso, currently using Ferrari engines, will also be supplied with the unit for 2017-2018.
Red Bull trialled two new rear-wing configurations in Friday practice at Spa-Francorchamps, learning lessons that will also be helpful for the next round at Monza.
This time next week the all-new Haas team will be enjoying their first official track running as the opening pre-season test of 2016 gets underway at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya in Spain. And not surprisingly their focus will be on lap count not lap times.
In only their second F1 season, Haas are involved in an incredibly tight midfield battle – one in which any scoring opportunity must be taken. Team owner Gene Haas discusses their prospects for the second half of the year, and what he thinks the future has in hold for his American squad...
Ferrari Driver Academy member and GP3 race winner Charles Leclerc will get his first taste of a Formula One car when he drives for Haas in opening practice at next month’s 2016 Formula 1 British Grand Prix.
Romain Grosjean’s surprise sixth-place finish in Melbourne gave Haas a dream debut - and validated the French driver’s decision to quit Lotus for the all-new American team. But how long will the honeymoon last? Will success be sustained in Bahrain this weekend or will Sakhir bring them back to earth with a bump. Grosjean, for one, is in confident mood, as he explained in an exclusive chat with Formula1.com…