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For the third day running in Jerez, Red Bull were forced to bring an early end to their test.

Red Bull predicting further twists

Red Bull Racing team principal Christian Horner is convinced the twists and turns of a pulsating Formula One season will continue to the bitter end.

Whitmarsh says McLaren have the edge

Martin Whitmarsh believes his "battle-hardened" McLaren team hold the edge in this year's Formula One title fight.

Rivalry is helping McLaren says Button

Jenson Button believes the rivalry in the McLaren garage is healthy and proving a spur to all within the team.

Victory for Britain in Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series 2010

Britain's Gary Hunt has claimed his second consecutive victory at the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series 2010, held in Yucatán, Mexico.



Webber signs new Red Bull deal

Formula One world championship leader Mark Webber has signed a one-year extension to his contract with Red Bull, the team have announced.

Webber 'asked Vettel to back off'

Red Bull Racing team principal Christian Horner has revealed that Mark Webber asked the team to advise Sebastian Vettel to back off the lap before their collision at the Turkish Grand Prix last weekend. Vettel tried to pass his team-mate for the lead, but the pair made contact, putting Vettel out of the race and forcing Webber to pit for a new nose which dropped him to third.

Red Bull begin damage limitation exercise after Turkish collision

Insiders at Red Bull believe they have moved quickly enough to contain the collateral damage arising from the controversial crash between drivers Mark Webber and Sebastian Vettel, which cost them another one-two finish and a haul of 43 World Championship points in Sunday's Turkish Grand Prix.

Webber: 'I was not responsible, he stayed on the dirty side. It's a disaster'

Formula One has seen little like it since the great clash between McLaren team-mates Ayrton Senna and Alain Prost in Japan in 1989. In the intervening decades there have been several times when internal team rivalry has threatened to boil over, but until the 40th lap of yesterday's Turkish GP in Istanbul a threat is all it has amounted to.

Webber rekindles fire with wisdom of years

Given what Mark Webber had to go through even to get into his Red Bull in 2009, his success since has been remarkable. The winner of Sunday's Monaco Grand Prix has taken on the sizeable challenge of team-mate Sebastian Vettel – touted by many as the next Michael Schumacher – having suffered a horrible cycling accident in Tasmania during the winter of 2008. The man from Queanbeyan, New South Wales, was left nursing a lot more than serious leg injuries, yet continually pushed himself through the pain barrier and smiled as if there was nothing wrong, with nary a hint of self-pity.

Alonso looks sharp in bid to end Red Bull dominance

Fernando Alonso knows he will have to be perfect at Monaco today if he and Ferrari are to end Red Bull's qualifying domination.

Webber leads Red Bull to victory in Spain

Mark Webber became the first driver to win from pole this season as the Spanish Grand Prix lived up to its notoriously dull reputation until late catastrophe struck Lewis Hamilton.

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Armando Iannucci: The Duffy affair turned the media into a pack of shrieking gibbons

Brown's gaffe shed a light on what the media machine can do when it's taken too much Red Bull

Asbo woman blames Red Bull for 'hyper' behaviour

A woman given an Asbo for terrorising her neighbours has blamed her behaviour on an addiction to Red Bull.

Red Bull looking to dominate Chinese Grand Prix

Red Bull will look to make the most of its technical advantage at this weekend's Formula One Chinese Grand Prix, with rival teams yet to implement new technology and another weather-affected race looming.

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