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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 chief tells Vettel to be magnanimous

Red Bull technical chief Adrian Newey has urged Sebastian Vettel to be "magnanimous" should he find himself in a position where he can help Mark Webber become Formula One world champion.

Sebastian Vettel refutes Mark Webber claim

Sebastian Vettel has hit back at Mark Webber's claim that Red Bull are emotionally favouring the young German.

Base-jumping Austrian to break sound barrier – if he can take off

In a world that has been comprehensively conquered from Pole to Pole, where younger explorers successfully scale our tallest peaks each year, and where satellites have mapped every last square kilometre of our planet, there are few truly outrageous challenges left to overcome.

Red Bull fastest in Singapore practice

Red Bull threw down the gauntlet to its Formula One championship rivals by setting the fastest times in today's practice for the Singapore Grand Prix.

Briton wins Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series

Gary Hunt from Southampton was crowned the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series champion at the final leg of the tournament in Hawaii over the weekend.

Red Bull Image Quest 2010 winner announced

The winner of the Red Bull Image Quest 2010, the world’s biggest action and adventure sports photography competition, was announced last night at a cermony at Trinity College, Dublin.

Red Bull dismiss Vettel doubts

Sebastian Vettel has shown all the symptoms of a man under pressure of late, but his Red Bull team rallied to his cause yesterday and insisted that he is still a contender for the World Championship despite disasters in the last two races.

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Briton leaps to Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series win

La Rochelle, Yucatán and now Kragerø – the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series has reached its midway point and Briton Gary Hunt is the man of the 2010 season so far, after gaining the most points for diving off a 26.8 metre platform at Skagerrak strait in Norway on Saturday.

Divers tackle Norway’s ‘skerries’ for Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series

Intrepid divers will hurl themselves off a 27m tall “skerry” in Kragero, Norway tomorrow for the third event in the 2010 Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series.

Webber swears to draw a line under rivalry at Red Bull

Mark Webber now wishes he had turned the air blue at Silverstone as it might have avoided red faces all round at Red Bull Racing.

Thierry Henry seals New York switch

The New York Red Bulls have signed Thierry Henry from Barcelona on a "multi-year contract", the Major League Soccer club have confirmed.

Three gored in last San Fermin bull run

Five runners were injured, three of them by goring, in the last running of the bulls at Spain's San Fermin festival today, officials said.

Red Bull play down Webber's 'No 2' claim

Only hours after 115,000 spectators and 6.8 million BBC television viewers had cheered his dominant victory in the British Grand Prix, Mark Webber sat down with his Red Bull team at their headquarters in Milton Keynes as they pledged to thrash out the differences that opened up again on Saturday afternoon.

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