Christian Horner confirms Red Bull will stop using team orders as Sebastian Vettel says he would not obey them and he deserved to win in Malaysia.
Felipe Massa has criticised Red Bull’s use of team orders in the Malaysian Grand Prix, saying it was too early in the championship to use them.
Mark Webber says he never entertained the possibility of not seeing out the 2013 season following the team orders row in Malaysia.
Sebastian Vettel said he does not apologise for winning the Malaysian Grand Prix after disobeying orders to finish behind Mark Webber.
“If Alonso or Hamilton had been in that position they’d have done the same… let’s not kid ourselves that this is something unique to Sebastian.”
Red Bull and Mercedes’ demands that their drivers not race each in Malaysia has sparked fresh debate about when team orders should be issued.
Lewis Hamilton has hit back at Helmut Marko’s claim that Mercedes operate a system of distinct number one and number two drivers.
Mark Webber said there will be no repercussions for Sebastian Vettel after disobeyed an order not to pass him during the Malaysian Grand Prix.
Mark Webber’s problems in the Australian Grand Prix were not caused by a problem on his Electronic Control Unit, according to McLaren.
Sebastian Vettel says the new restrictions on flexing front wings introduced this year were aimed at curtailing Red Bull’s superiority.
Did Red Bull lose their way in the off-season, or were they quietly preparing for the development race ahead while giving nothing away?
Mark Webber says it’s still too early to judge how competitive Red Bull are but admitted their pre-season preparation was “better than last year”.
Mark Webber says it isn’t clear whether the 2013 generation of Pirelli tyres have produced the gains in speed that were expected.
Christian Horner says Mark Webber will continue to receive equal treatment at Red Bull.
Red Bull chief technical officer Adrian Newey expects most of the team’s rivals to have “evolutionary” cars this year.
Christian Horner has signed a contract extension with Red Bull, the team has confirmed.
Sebastien Buemi will continue to serve as Red Bull’s test and reserve driver for the 2013 season.
Ferrari team principal Stefano Domenicali said he is not considering partnering Sebastian Vettel with Fernando Alonso in a “dream team” line-up in the near future.
The 2012 F1 review video includes new team radio material which reveals more about two controversial moments of last season involving Sebastian Vettel.
Bernie Ecclestone is hoping for an end to triple-champions Red Bull’s “dominance” in 2013. But is a team that won less than half the races really “dominating”?