After three Formula 1 races in 2019, Red Bull Racing no longer has a target for its number of race wins.Prior to the season, buoyed by the promise of the new works Red Bull-Honda pairing, Dr. Helmut Marko said he wanted five victories before the season finale in December.“We all know that Helmut is an optimist,” team boss Christian Horner said in China. “The truth is that we have no target for the number of wins. Our goal is to reduce the gap to the leaders.”Horner was speaking after both he and Marko acknowledged that Red Bull currently has an “aerodynamic problem,” although things looked better in China.“At the moment, the maximum we can do is score points,” Max Verstappen told Ziggo Sport after Shanghai. Formula 1 Haas F1 Team's struggles continue in China Haas F1 driver Kevin Magnussen says the team has yet to solve the problem that affected the American team so badly in Bahrain and again on Sunday in China.The team went into the … [Read more...] about Red Bull no longer in the business of predicting number of F1 victories
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Pierre Gasly could lose his seat with the Red Bull Formula 1 team during the 2019 season.Gasly finished 11th at Melbourne and eighth at Bahrain. Gasly impressed during his first full F1 season with Toro Rosso last year, finishing in the top-10 five times. He received the call-up to replace Renault-bound Daniel Ricciardo for 2019."I do not feel comfortable in the car," Gasly said. "I'll have to adapt to it compared to last year's Toro Rosso, which was better suited to my driving. At the moment I feel a bit like a passenger." Formula 1 Red Bull's Pierre Gasly ready to battle teammate Max Verstappen for F1 podiums Red Bull Racing's Pierre Gasly is confident of a strong showing in Bahrain to back up teammate Max Verstappen’s podium in Australia.Judging the performance of Gasly during the Australian ... For the moment, Gasly is supported by Red Bull team boss Christian Horner, but Red Bull's notoriously tough consultant, Helmut Marko, has accused Gasly of compromising the … [Read more...] about Pierre Gasly quickly moving to the hot seat at Red Bull F1
Team Red Bull executive Dr. Helmut Marko remains convinced that his team can win the 2019 Formula 1 World Championship.During the season-opening Australian Grand Prix, Mercedes' Valtteri Bottas and Lewis Hamilton dominated, but it was Max Verstappen, rather than either of the Ferraris, who shared the podium with the Silver Arrows."I think we will fight for the world championship this year," Marko told Italy's La Gazzetta dello Sport. "We have the best young driver of the moment in Verstappen and a good car with a powerful and reliable engine. They all said I was stupid for signing with Honda, but as usual, I ended up being right."For example, thanks to the professionalism of the Japanese, we were able to replace Verstappen's chassis in Australia without issue. These days, we talk with Honda about designing the best possible car, while before, we had to wait for the engine and adapt ourselves to them." Red Bull was clearly behind Mercedes in Australia, but Marko is confident the team … [Read more...] about Red Bull F1 executive says they can win the championship with Honda
Red Bull “Wings Team” Mini Cooper If you’re my age, you may have a few fond memories of the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile making its way to your hometown or a nearby burg, replete with a seemingly endless supply of Wienermobile plastic whistles—which in the Sixties and Seventies passed for quality tchotchkes. The big fiberglass sausages on wheels were generally found stationed in grocery-store parking lots, where Mayer staff passed out coupons and whistles to a receptive audience. It was a simpler time. Seen here with spokesperson George Molchan as “Little Oscar,” the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile was once a common sight in grocery-store parking lots and at regional festivals and gatherings. What was the Volkswagen Golf Harlequin? While several Wienermobiles still roam the country stopping at grocery stores and the occasional local funfest, a much larger fleet of promotional vehicles has since usurped the big rolling sausages’ roll (fine, role) as the … [Read more...] about What Was The Red Bull Car?
At the start of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, in the presence of Aston Martin CEO Dr. Andy Palmer and Red Bull Racing Driver Max Verstappen, the ultimate fruit of the racing loom was unveiled by Aston Martin and Red Bull. Now they have confirmed that all road car versions of their groundbreaking AM-RB 001 hypercar have been sold out. Total volume will be 150 road cars, inclusive of all remaining prototypes and 25 track-only versions for puritans. The fortunate few will embrace their wheels from early 2019. The innovation partnership between the two will continue, as the task of engineering the AM-RB 001 will be shared by Q by Aston Martin Advanced and Red Bull Advanced Technologies. The cars will be built at Gaydon. The AM-RB 001 is an unprecedented fusion of form and function: a car engineered to be thoroughly enjoyable as a road car, but with the capability to transform itself like no road car can when set on a race track. Uncompromising in all respects, the AM-RB 001 is a bespoke … [Read more...] about Aston Martin Red Bull hypercar: A car of two characters