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Zak Brown needs to see a psychiatrist, says Red Bull team chief Christian Horner

Zak Brown needs to see a psychiatrist, says Red Bull team chief Christian Horner

McLaren`s decision to let Alonso go to Indianapolis was widely greeted as a welcome breath of fresh air by many others in the paddock before Horner`s outburst.

Lewis Hamilton finds support in Red Bull chief Christian Horner in Mercedes row

Lewis Hamilton finds support in Red Bull chief Christian Horner in Mercedes row

Hamilton`s gamesmanship was questioned by his employees after he twice rejected team instructions to speed up as Rosberg came under threat from Ferrari`s Sebastian Vettel.

Mexican Grand Prix rant: Sweary Sebastian Vettel to escape sanction after apology to FIA

Mexican Grand Prix rant: Sweary Sebastian Vettel to escape sanction after apology to FIA

Vettel, who won his titles with Red Bull, has had a difficult year with Ferrari failing to win a race with only two of 21 remaining.

Red Bull Racing to VETO the introduction of 'Halo' safety device in Formula One

Red Bull Racing to VETO the introduction of 'Halo' safety device in Formula One

The FIA could impose it on safety grounds, however, while approval for 2018 would acquire only a majority vote.

F1 teams want return to 2015 qualifying

F1 teams want return to 2015 qualifying

World champions Mercedes and Ferrari supply eight of the 11 teams, giving them more muscle in decision-making.

Red Bull to race with Renault-TAG Heuer engines in 2016

Red Bull to race with Renault-TAG Heuer engines in 2016

The announcement ends months of speculation surrounding their future in Formula One and which engines they would compete with.
 

Uncertainty rules as worried eyes look to 2016

Uncertainty rules as worried eyes look to 2016

F1 faces the biggest challenge next year with several teams struggling to cope with the huge costs.

Japanese Grand Prix: Daniil Kvyat starts from pitlane after his biggest crash

Japanese Grand Prix: Daniil Kvyat starts from pitlane after his biggest crash

Red Bull`s Daniil Kvyat will start Sunday`s Japanese Formula One Grand Prix from the pitlane after turning his car into the biggest wreck of his career.