Red Bull boss Christian Horner has refused to rule out reconciling with Renault in a desperate bid to keep the team in F1.
Toro Rosso driver Carlos Sainz will stay in hospital overnight following his high-speed crash in Practice Three at the Russian GP.
Nico Rosberg has taken pole position for the Russian Grand Prix by a dominant three tenths from Lewis Hamilton.
In a session overshadowed by Carlos Sainz's crash, Nico Rosberg took pole after an error on his final flap by Lewis Hamilton
Fleet Street sees no hope in ongoing Red Bull crisis and label Formula 1 as being "ruled by avarice and self interest".
Carlos Sainz's crash during third practice for the Russian GP meant another truncated session for teams ahead of qualifying.
On a dramatic day in the Formula 1 paddock, watch how Red Bull's day unfolded as they chased an engine supplier for 2016.
Red Bull have held emergency talks with F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone amid mounting uncertainty about the team's future in the sport.
As rumours about Red Bull’s F1 future came to the boil on Friday, Sebastian Vettel admitted he wasn't sure what might happen.
The F1 field is set to take a step into the unknown for the second successive race weekend after P2 rain followed P1's diesel spill.
A scathing attack on Formula 1 has been launched by the Speedweek publication which is part of the Red Bull Media House.
Bernie Ecclestone sure F1 will have 22 cars on the grid in 2016, despite Red Bull's struggles to find an engine supplier.
Fernando Alonso is certain "McLaren will be one of the top cars next year" despite a dismal 2015.
Martin Brundle explains why he feels recovering their relationship with Renault is now Red Bull's only option to remain in F1.
Evaluating what Red Bull’s next move might be after Ferrari joined Mercedes in rejecting their request for 2016 engines.
Ferrari reportedly decide against supplying Red Bull with engines for 2016, leaving the former champions on the verge of quitting F1.
Nico Hulkenberg was fastest in opening practice in Sochi after a diesel spill on track delayed the start.
Jenson Button has no doubts he has made the right decision in staying at McLaren and says "anything is possible" in 2016.
Lewis Hamilton would relish a Bahrain 2014-esque battle with Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel at every race in 2016.
Fernando Alonso has delivered an unequivocal promise he will honour the full term of his three-year deal with McLaren.