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WATCH: Ricciardo drops trophy
Not content with contact with Valtteri Bottas at the start and both Mercedes cars later in the race, Daniel Ricciardo felt his Hungarian GP trophy could do with a little dent as well.
Merc tyre choice surprised Bulls
Christian Horner has admitted Red Bull were surprised by Nico Rosberg electing to put on a set of medium tyres for the final stint of the Hungarian GP.
Red Bull: Win was on the cards
Red Bull reckoned a win at the Hungarian GP was on the cards for Daniel Ricciardo but for his late collision with Nico Rosberg's Mercedes in Sunday’s race.
Renault: Buying Lotus an option
Renault have confirmed to Sky Sports News HQ that they could buy the Lotus team.
'Red Bull can fight Ferrari'
Daniel Ricciardo has tipped Red Bull to challenge Ferrari for the final podium position in Sunday’s Hungarian Grand Prix after impressively splitting Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen on the grid.
F1 to take three-month break
F1 is set to take a three-month break ahead of the 2016 season after the teams decided to delay the first pre-season test until March.
‘No Renault upgrade until Sochi’
Red Bull team boss Christian Horner says Renault won’t spend any tokens on power unit upgrades until October’s Russian GP, meaning Daniel Ricciardo and Daniil Kvyat must try and get through the next five races with their current power units without further penalties.
Ricciardo eyes being second best
Daniel Ricciardo has confirmed he will not have to take a grid penalty after his engine blew at the end of Practice Two for the Hungarian GP.
Red Bull's 'patience tested'
Christian Horner is hoping it will be no more than “two or three months” before the ‘new project’ Renault are working on is delivered to the track – with the Red Bull chief adamant improvements need to materialise this season.
Webber: Ricciardo must stay calm
Mark Webber has urged countryman Daniel Ricciardo to "weather the storm" at Red Bull amid the former world champions' continued difficulties.
Aston Martin: F1 'improbable'
Aston Martin’s chief executive Andy Palmer says it is “improbable” that they will enter Formula 1.
Horner: We could've been third
Christian Horner believes Red Bull could have finished on the podium at the British GP had Daniil Kvyat not spun on his in-lap as the rain started to fall.
Merc 'open' to supplying Bulls
Toto Wolff has left the door open for Mercedes to supply rivals Red Bull with customer engines, making it clear that "you need to consider all the options".
Horner plays down Aston Martin link
Red Bull team boss Christian Horner insists they remain committed to Renault, despite speculation they're in talks with Aston Martin about a supply of Mercedes engines as early as next season.
Massa: We're behind Red Bull
Felipe Massa admits Williams are behind Red Bull after the opening day of running ahead of the British GP at Silverstone.
Horner warns Strategy Group
Christian Horner has warned the F1 Strategy Group will lose credibility if they cannot make progress when discussing the future of the sport on Wednesday.
Ricciardo writes off 2015
Daniel Ricciardo has written off 2015 and called on Red Bull and Renault to focus their attention on producing a front-running car next year instead.
25 reasons to be positive about F1
Enough of the doom and gloom! Ahead of this weekend’s British GP, here are a few reminders why F1 is, despite what you may have heard elsewhere, still in pole position…
Contract extension for Horner
Christian Horner has revealed to Sky Sports he has signed a contract extension at Red Bull, committing his long-term future to the team and rubbishing reports he was set to be axed.
Horner dismisses sack rumours
Christian Horner has insisted he is staying on at Red Bull after a rival team boss rang him on the morning of the Austrian GP claiming he was going to lose his job.