Red Bull have announced a sponsorship deal with FuturoCoin, a cryptocurrency and becomes the first F1 team to agree a deal of any kind.
Aston Martin Red Bull believes that its 2019 engine is ‘already better than Renault’ as the team also celebrates the possibility of a ‘party mode’.
Christian Horner says that Red Bull tried everything to keep Daniel Ricciardo from leaving the team to join Renault for 2019.
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Despite victory for Max Verstappen in Mexico, the retirement of Daniel Ricciardo left a shadow on the weekend for Red Bull, according to Christian Horner.
Christian Horner was left amazed after seeing Daniel Ricciardo and Max Verstappen secure an all-Red Bull Racing front row for the Mexican Grand Prix on Saturday.
Christian Horner has been impressed with the recent progress made by Honda and admits the relationship Red Bull are experiencing with the Japanese marque is already stronger than the one they share with Renault.
Christian Horner praised Max Verstappen after his rise from eighteenth on the grid to finish second at the Circuit of the Americas, while Daniel Ricciardo’s retirement was a blow not just to the Australian but to the whole team who want him to celebrate again with them before he departs for Renault at the end of the season.