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Red Bull Racing: Austrian-owned Formula One racing team
Red Bull Racing, currently competing as Oracle Red Bull Racing and also known simply as Red Bull or RBR, is a Formula One racing team, racing under an Austrian licence and based in the United Kingdom. It is one of two Formula One teams owned by conglomerate Red Bull GmbH, the other being RB Formula One Team. The Red Bull Racing team has been managed by Christian Horner since its formation in 2005.

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Does Newey guarantee success and should Red Bull replace Perez? - F1 Q&A

BBC Sport's F1 correspondent Andrew Benson answers your questions before this weekend's Monaco Grand Prix.
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Verstappen holds off Norris charge for Imola win

Red Bull’s Max Verstappen holds off a late charge from McLaren’s Lando Norris to win the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix.
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Verstappen beats McLarens to take Imola pole

Red Bull’s Max Verstappen fends off McLaren rivals in a tight battle for pole position at the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix.
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Newey expects to join another F1 team

Adrian Newey says that he expects to join another Formula 1 team following his decision to leave Red Bull.
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'Norris win a popular one as end-of-empire feeling swirls around Red Bull'

Lando Norris' win in Miami was overdue and his talent has been clear for a long time, writes F1 correspondent Andrew Benson.
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Norris beats Verstappen in Miami for first F1 win

McLaren’s Lando Norris beats Red Bull’s Max Verstappen with help from the safety car to take his maiden Formula 1 victory at the Miami Grand Prix.
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Newey has 'no plan' for future after Red Bull

Adrian Newey says he has “no plan” for his future following his decision to quit Red Bull early next year.
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Verstappen beats Leclerc to Miami sprint pole

Red Bull’s Max Verstappen beat Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc to take pole position for the sprint race at the Miami Grand Prix.
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Newey will not be last to leave Red Bull - Brown

Adrian Newey will not be the last person to leave Red Bull amid the turmoil surrounding the team, says McLaren boss Zak Brown.
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Verstappen fastest in Miami practice

Red Bull’s Max Verstappen sets the pace in practice at the Miami Grand Prix despite a tricky session punctuated by errors.
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To work with Newey would be a privilege - Hamilton

Lewis Hamilton says it would be a “privilege to work with” Adrian Newey if the designer joins Ferrari following his departure from Red Bull.
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Red Bull confirm design chief Newey's exit

Red Bull confirm their design chief Adrian Newey will leave the team in 2025.
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Newey lawyers negotiating early exit from Red Bull

Leading designer Adrian Newey is negotiating an early exit from Red Bull that would leave him free to join another team in time for the 2026 season, BBC Sport learns.
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Newey to leave Red Bull over Horner allegations

Red Bull design chief Adrian Newey is to leave the team in the wake of the controversy involving allegations about team principal Christian Horner.
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Design chief Newey set to leave Red Bull

Red Bull design chief Adrian Newey is to leave the team in the wake of the controversy involving allegations about team principal Christian Horner.
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Former Red Bull F1 driver calls for 'more transparency' in sport after Horner investigation

Former Red Bull F1 driver Sebastian Vettel has called for "more transparency" in the sport after his former team principal Christian Horner was investigated over claims of inappropriate behaviour.
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Verstappen takes Australia pole with Hamilton 11th

Red Bull's Max Verstappen fights off a challenge from Ferrari driver Carlos Sainz to take pole position for the Australian Grand Prix.
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