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Red Bull boss Christian Horner believes Renault will only be able to compete against Mercedes and Ferrari in two or three years' time.
Red Bull boss Christian Horner admits he is "a little bit in the dark" over when Renault's engine upgrade will arrive.
Damon Hill says Manor's success in securing a supply of Mercedes engines for 2016 is another kick in the teeth for Red Bull.
Charting the war of words between Red Bull and engine suppliers Renault since the end of their glory days in 2013.
The deadline for agreement on 2017's changes for faster, more "aggressive-looking" cars has been brought forward to October.
Red Bull chief Christian Horner says that the team's engine uncertainty has now reached a "critical" point ahead of 2016.
Niki Lauda says Red Bull only have themselves to blame for missing out on an engine supply from Mercedes next year.
Daniil Kvyat has apologised to his Red Bull team after a driving error caused a huge crash in qualifying for the Japanese GP.
Detailing the potential repercussions for F1 if Renault purchase Lotus after they signed a letter of intent to buy the Enstone outfit
Watch the moment when Red Bull's Daniil Kvyat crashed out at the end of qualifying for the Japanese GP.
The F1 field will be "starting from zero" when action resumes at Suzuka on Saturday after Friday's action was dogged by rain.
Red Bull expect divorce from Renault to be finalised in the "coming days", but reiterated that the threat to quit F1 is real.
Daniil Kvyat was fastest before rain returned during Friday's second practice session for the Japanese GP at Suzuka.
Red Bull could be forced out of F1 as both victims of their own success and their criticism of Renault, Sky F1 pundits warn.
Daniel Ricciardo and Daniil Kvyat insist they aren't worried about their futures with the pair confident Red Bull will remain in F1.
As Red Bull make another threat to quit F1, Daniel Ricciardo tells Sky Sports News HQ they're right to demand engine equality.
Toto Wolff says Mercedes worked too long and hard to be successful in F1 to hand Red Bull an advantage with their engines.
Christian Horner says Red Bull have had "healthy dialogue" with Ferrari over potentially becoming their 2016 engine customers.
Christian Horner opens up to Sky Sports on Red Bull's future, their divorce from Renault, and a possible future with Ferrari and Audi...
Helmut Marko says Red Bull have taken the decision to pull out of F1 if they do not have a competitive engine in 2016.
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