Christian Horner
Jun 26

F1: Red Bull And Mateschitz Deserve Credit For Austrian GP, Says Horner

Red Bull Racing did not enjoy success on track at the Austrian GP, but excelled when it came to putting on the event. (Photo: Getty Images)

did not enjoy success on track at the , but excelled when it came to putting on the event. (Photo: Getty Images)

Last weekend’s Austrain GP proved to be a huge success, and Red Bull Racing’s says his boss Dietrich Matechitz deserves full credit for reviving the event after an 11-year hiatus.

Red Bull bought the former A1 Ring years ago, although it took some time before the track was rebuilt and Bernie Ecclestone agreed to an F1 date.

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Jun 25

F1: Red Bull Could Buy Renault Engine Operation

Red Bull Racing could buy Renault and possibly change the engine name to Infiniti. (Photo: Getty Images)

could buy and possibly change the engine name to Infiniti. (Photo: Getty Images)

Rumors to the effect that Renault could be planning to sell its F1 engine department in Viry come at exactly the same time as suggestions that Red Bull wants to do its own thing on the power unit front – and it’s not hard to tie the two together.

Logic suggests that rather than attempt to start its own engine operation from scratch, Red Bull could take over Viry and introduce its own systems and key personnel in an attempt to improve the situation. It’s worth noting that Dr Helmut Marko has been spending a lot of time there recently.

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Jun 23

F1: Frustrated Horner calls for changes at Renault

Red Bull Ring, Spielberg, Austria. Friday 20 June 2014. Christian Horner, Team Principal, Red Bull Racing. World Copyright: Charles Coates/LAT Photographic. ref: Digital Image _N7T8721

, Team Principal of , watches on at the Red Bull Ring, Spielberg, Austria on Friday 20 June 2014. (Photo: Charles Coates/LAT Photographic)

Red Bull Team Principal Christian Horner has made clear his frustration at by insisting that the French manufacturer has to change the way it does things.

His comments came after ’s was ruined by an early glitch that put him a lap down.

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May 27

Horner admits Montreal will be challenge despite team’s progress

Red Bull Racing's team principal Christian Horner looks on in the pits of the Monaco street circuit during the second practice session of the Monaco Formula One Grand Prix in Monte Carlo on May 22, 2014. AFP PHOTO / ALEXANDER KLEIN        (Photo credit should read ALEXANDER KLEIN/AFP/Getty Images)

’s team principal looks on in the pits during the second practice session for the 2014 Monaco Grand Prix. (Photo: Alexander Klein/Getty Images)

Christian Horner says that Red Bull is making progress in its pursuit of Mercedes – but says much still depends on what can do.

At a track where the emphasis switched from the power unit to the chassis, finished a strong third in Monaco while teammate suffered a disappointing turbo failure.

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May 11

F1: Red Bull Getting Closer To Mercedes, Says Horner

Daniel Ricciardo celebrates after finishing on the podium at the Spanish GP. (Photo: Getty Images)

celebrates after finishing on the podium at the . (Photo: Getty Images)

underlined its position as the team pursuing Mercedes as Daniel Ricciardo led the chase with his third place in Barcelona.

Even better news for the team was that drove a superb race from 15th to fourth, indicating that he finally feels at home in the RB10.

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