Sergio Perez’s Singapore Grand Prix victory was ‘world class’ and his best drive yet in Formula One, Red Bull team boss Christian Horner said on Sunday. The race ended with Perez subject to a stewards’ investigation for possible safety car infringements, but with the eventual five second time penalty making no difference to the result. […]
Lewis Hamilton has said that Red Bull’s alleged cost cap breach ‘would have changed the outcome of the championship’ in 2021. Formula 1 has arrived at the iconic Suzuka circuit for the first time i
The most controversial Formula One championship in history could take a new twist with reports that Red Bull are sweating over a potential breach of last year’s budget cap that could risk possible points deductions.
The Chicago Bulls are putting a lot of faith in the development of Patrick Williams who can certainly help his own case.
Governing body FIA introduced the budget cap, set at €147 million, for the first time last year to make racing more competitive.
McLaren team principal, Andreas Seidl, asks that the FIA maintain open communication during their investigation of a possible breach of the financial regulations by Red Bull and Aston Martin. The teams had the first-ever budget cap enforced on them last season with a limit of $145 million being set by the FIA. This had initially been reduced by $5 million in 2022 but has since been reverted to the original figure due to growing concerns about inflation. All teams were required to keep the FIA...
Red Bull team principal, Christian Horner, says that rival teams are throwing “ridiculous” numbers at the wall to see what sticks. Formula 1 introduced its first budget cap last season, to limit the financial advantage the bigger teams had over the smaller ones in the development race. The cap was set at $145 million, and reports have emerged this week that Red Bull and Aston Martin may have exceeded that number. Williams have already been fined for filing their paperwork late, and the FIA have...
Red Bull Racing boss Christian Horner admits that he was surprised to see Mercedes well off the pace at the start of the 2022 season.
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By: Oliver Fisher AC Milan are keen on bolstering their forward ranks by signing Noah Okafor from Red Bull Salzburg but they face familiar competition, a report claims.Okafor is capturing the attention of some top clubs around Europe with his performances for Salzburg, who seem to be a real talent factory at the moment. The 22-year-old Swiss striker […]
Christian Horner has denied that Red Bull have breached F1’s budget cap regulations despite rumours the team were around $5million (4.5mil) over the limits last season. It comes after reports from Auto Motor und Sport reported that both Red Bull and Aston Martin had gone over the threshold last year. Red Bull had stressed the reports […]