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News from the Formula 1 circus ahead of the winter break: Daniel Ricciardo has rejoined Red Bull as reserve driver for the 2023 season.We say 'reserve driver,' but Red Bull of course refers to Danny Ric as its new 'third driver'
We'll miss you Seb
As Sebastian Vettel prepares for his 300th and final Formula 1 Grand Prix in Abu Dhabi this weekend, we at Top Gear decided that the best possible tribute would be to throwback to the time that he achieved his childhood dream* of
At the not-so-eventful Mexico Grand Prix
Max Verstappen turned a dominant, title-winning campaign into a record-breaking one by claiming the chequered flag at the Mexico City Grand Prix, his 14th win of 2022 and the most for any driver in a single season in F1 history.
Aston Martin, meanwhile, has been fined $450,000 for a ‘procedural breach’
Red Bull has been fined $7 million (just over P406.9 million) and hit with an aero development restriction for next season as a result of breaching the F1 cost cap in 2021.Initially, the team strenuously denied that its cost cap
Red Bull also secured the constructors’ title
Though he already secured his second world championship back at the Japanese Grand Prix, it seems Max Verstappen's 2022 campaign isn't over yet. The Dutchman took the top spot once again at the United States Grand Prix this past weekend,
Uh oh
After a lot of intense speculation, the FIA has finally confirmed that two teams-Aston Martin and Red Bull-broke the cost cap rules for the previous F1 season.Both outfits are said to have made a 'procedural breach' of the spending
He takes home the victory in Japan to secure his second title in two years
For a brief, fleeting moment, all of Formula One was united in one, harmonious voice, and it was the sound of simple arithmetic. Even race winner Max Verstappen-who romped home to victory nearly half a minute clear of second-placed Charles
However, Porsche is still interested in joining F1
Porsche has announced it no longer plans to team up with Red Bull for a joint F1 entry when the next generation of rules kick in in 2026.It had been hoped that the brand would follow sister firm Audi-which is
Questions are now being raised whether or not F1 should change up its rules
True to form, Max Verstappen converted pole position into his 10th victory of the season at the Dutch Grand Prix, extending his championship lead over Ferrari's Charles Leclerc and teammate Sergio Perez to 109 points.However, it was neither of those
They’ve blown Leclerc’s Ferrari away
How times change, huh? Last season's championship battle kept us guessing until the very last lap; this year's... won't. And although there are still eight races (and a sprint) to go, only a Black Knight-level optimist would argue
What do you think of this news?
Are you happy with how Red Bull's been doing in Formula 1 lately? If the answer is yes, then you'll be happy to know that Honda will continue backing up the team's cars through the year 2025.The Japanese
Ferrari should be taking down notes...
Formula 1 strategy is a hot topic right now: Not least because at the 2022 French GP, Ferrari appeared to get it badly wrong as Carlos Sainz was called in too late for fresh tires to improve his position, and at the
Of course it's designed by Adrian Newey
Woah, Red Bull's Advanced Technologies division has announced that it will design, develop and build a brand-new hypercar that will deliver the "ultimate on-track driving experience". This sounds very special indeed.The new hypercar will be called the RB17 (
‘Checo’ has now signed a two-year contract extension fresh off his Monaco win
Not been a bad week for Sergio Perez, has it? Fresh from winning the Monaco Grand Prix on Sunday, Red Bull has announced that the Mexican driver will stay with the team until the end of 2024.Signing a two-year extension
Hanging in there, tifosi?
Oh, Ferrari. In Top Gear's 2022 Formula 1 preview earlier this year, we said the team desperately needed "to kick the habit of snatching defeat from the jaws of victory", so often has it shot itself in the foot in recent
World champ says there’s “no easy fix” for the team’s issues this season
Red Bull F1 said a fuel issue was the likely cause of Max Verstappen's dramatic failure to finish this weekend's Australian Grand Prix.Verstappen, who now trails main rival Charles Leclerc by a whopping 46 points in the championship standings,
But will this Grand Prix be able to keep its place in the Formula 1 calendar?
Whether it's deliberate or not, Formula One is doing a pretty good job of keeping itself on the front pages these days. Sunday's Saudi Arabian GP may have been surrounded by controversy (more of which later), but at least we
The worst possible start to the season for the team
Well, the 2022 Formula 1 season didn't waste any time cooking up some juicy storylines for the next season of Drive to Survive, did it?Having looked strong in testing, during qualifying, and challenging for the race lead, world champion Max
“A real statement of intent”
Max Verstappen has signed a five-year extension to his existing contract with Red Bull Racing, taking the 2021 Formula 1 champion's stay with the team until the end of the 2028 season.Yep, that's 2028 as in seven whole
Max Verstappen will be defending his title in this car
It doesn't feel like the dust has truly settled on the 2021 F1 season, not least because the ramifications of that controversial finale in Abu Dhabi are still playing out in the background.The basics are this: the FIA is investigating
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