|NEW FOR 2013 - INFINITI RED BULL RACING|
|Triple Constructors' World Champions to become known as 'INFINITI RED BULL RACING' Infiniti to become a major Technical Partner, deepening collaboration on engineering and development projects Infiniti joins Alliance partner Renault, official engine supplier to Red Bull Racing
Sao Paulo, Brazil - 25th November 2012 - Infiniti, the premium automotive brand from Japan, and Red Bull Racing, the three-time FIA Formula One Constructors' World Champion, today announced a comprehensive extens...[Read more...]|
|Infiniti and Red Bull Racing: US Grand Prix Qualifying|
|Car 1 SEBASTIAN VETTEL, Position: POLE POSITION, (3rd Practice – P1, 1:36.490)
'It's good to start from pole and be on the clean side of the grid. It was important to feel the car from the first session onwards, in order to get more out of it as the weekend developed – we can be happy with the result and look forward to tomorrow. The car feels great. In terms of the Championship, we need to focus on ourselves and try to get the best result that we can. If you're thinking about where the ...[Read more...]|
|Red Bull Racing: 2012 Formula One World Champions|
|Fourth Team in History to Achieve Three Consecutive Titles Team Takes its Third World Title in Eight Years
Car 1 SEBASTIAN VETTEL, Finish Position: 2nd, Start Position: 1st
'I'm very, very happy for the team to win a third Constructors'. It's been a tough year so far and they have been pushing incredibly hard; they deserve to win, as we have been the best team. Obviously Mark and I were pushing throughout the year. It was a shame for Mark not to finish today. It was a very good...[Read more...]|
|Red Bull Wins in Korea|
|Team extends lead in Constructors' and Seb moves ahead in Drivers'
Car 1 SEBASTIAN VETTEL, Finish Position: WINNER! Start Position: 2nd
'I think it was a perfect day for me and the team. It was important to get a good start. I was able to out-accelerate Mark and get side by side. I had the inside for Turn 3 and a good exit, which meant I could stay ahead for Turn 4. I was in the lead, but we have seen before that it doesn't always stick. My one mistake today was a lock-up going in to ...[Read more...]|
|Incredible India! Red Bull Wins and Extends Lead|
|Car 1 SEBASTIAN VETTEL, Finish Position: WINNER! Start Position: 1st
'All in all, it was a very good race for us and I'm happy with the result. I had a good start, Mark had a better one and it was close in Turn 1, but I had a good exit from Turn 3 and got ahead. I was able to open a gap, which was important. I felt very good on the soft tires and was competitive, I could have stayed out even longer I think, but at some stage you have to cover. McLaren and Ferrari were quick on the hard t...[Read more...]|
|A French Canadian|
|There was hardly a more popular driver up and down the Formula One pit lane, as well as with those occupying the grandstands, than France's Jean Alesi. Once fancied to be a World Champion in the making, the ever-fighting, hard-charging driver had failed to achieve even a single victory. But then came the Canadian Grand Prix.
Jean Alesi had joined Scuderia Ferrari in 1991 and took over as the face of the team after Alain Prost's sacking. Alesi was ideal for the role. The Frenchman was not a W...[Read more...]|
|1999 French Grand Prix: Frentzen and Jordan Keep Their Heads to Win|
| ||The 1999 French Grand Prix would seemingly be a race in which every driver and spectator would have liked to miss. However, had that been the case, Formula One would have lost one of its most memorable races and Heinz-Harald Frentzen would have missed out on his second career victory.
The French Grand Prix was just the seventh round of the World Championship in 1999. However, already by that point in time the season had become a rather processional affair. Eddie Irvine had demonstrated he was...[Read more...]|
|PAYING TRIBUTE TO A TRUE RACING LEGEND|
|MILTON KEYNES, UK – Twenty years ago on this date, Formula One lost one of its true giants, a driver who came to define in the public imagination what a racing driver should be.
Daring, committed, focused, impossibly brave, ruthless and relentless – Ayrton Senna was all of those things, but in addition he possessed the rare ability to translate his experience of being a world class sportsman operating at the height of his powers into language the layman could understand and readily ide...[Read more...]|
|True Aussie Grit: Mark Webber's Story|
|MILTON KEYNES, UK - While Mark Webber's rivals relaxed at the end of a grueling 18-race Formula One season, the intrepid Aussie embarked on the cycling leg of his charity challenge in Tasmania. He was tearing along the dirt tracks near Hobart when everything suddenly went blank. Mark woke up in hospital after being hit by a car. His lightning quick reactions saw him get his torso out the way of its bullbars, but his trailing right leg didn't make it. The fibula was smashed in the impact....[Read more...]|
|Renault's Constructors' Titles|
|The 2012 title is the 11th constructors' championship that Renault has taken in the sport. After joining forces with Williams at the end of the 80s, the first constructors' championship came in 1992.
It was then followed by successive titles in 1993 and 1994. Renault teamed up with Benetton in 1995 and immediately took another crown, before Williams again took the title in 1996 and 1997; the sixth consecutive title to be powered by Renault. After a brief hiatus from the sport Renault returned...[Read more...]|