The energy drink giant has done Redwell a favour with threats of legal action
World champion Sebastian Vettel has no preference about which driver will replace the retiring Mark Webber at Red Bull next season, according to team principal, Christian Horner.
Race will be staged at the Red Bull Ring - formerly known as the A1-Ring
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Briton’s triumph means that Vettel leads Alonso by just 13 points with one race left
MP calls for ban on sale to under-16s after 13 deaths in the US have sparked safety questions
US service members in Afghanistan battle zones who consumed three or more caffeine-charged energy drinks a day were prone to sleepiness and dozing off while on guard duty, according to a report.
A woman has died and 19 people were injured after an advertising tower outside a Linkin Park concert collapsed in strong winds last night.
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The "extreme athlete" Felix Baumgartner is hopeful that his second attempt at a supersonic skydive over New Mexico can take place on Sunday.
As Red Bull prepares to send a man into the stratosphere, Simon Usborne examines its extreme-sports business plan
The FIA has clarified its technincal regulations in order to force the Red Bull team to change its engine torque mapping after the controversy that arose at the German Grand Prix last Sunday.
Hot on the heels of the 20-second penalty that saw him drop from second place to fifth in Sunday's German Grand Prix, after an illegal pass on Jenson Button, Sebastian Vettel could find out this week whether his Red Bull team will be further penalised for their controversial engine mapping.
Red Bull Racing have thrown a Formula One lifeline to Switzerland's Sebastien Buemi by appointing him as their test and reserve driver after he was discarded by sister team Toro Rosso.
The previous day he had spoken of trying to rediscover his mojo, of reinflating the bubble of comfort around himself to emulate his more successful team-mate, Jenson Button.
The potent pick-me-ups are now worth £1bn and young people can't seem to get enough
Once they would have been called sell-outs, but today's artists are keen to take the corporate dollar, says Elisa Bray