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Red Bull launch: What to expect
Red Bull will stage their 2016 launch in London on Wednesday of next week, but what can we expect to see from the event?
F1 2016 begins at Paul Ricard
F1 in 2016 has officially begun at the Paul Ricard circuit in France with two days of wet tyre testing featuring Ferrari, Red Bull and McLaren.
Red Bull set livery launch date
Red Bull will reveal their 2016 livery at an event in London on February 17, but the RB12 won't break cover until the first test in Barcelona five days later.
Three teams for Pirelli test
Ferrari, Red Bull and McLaren will take part in a wet weather test for Pirelli at Paul Ricard at the end of January.
'Illien will make Renault better'
Sky Sports F1's Johnny Herbert believes Mario Illien's involvement with Renault could see Red Bull return with a much more competitive package in 2016.
'Red Bull had childish mentality'
F1 Midweek Report guest Will Buxton has blasted Red Bull for having a "childish mentality" during the 2015 F1 season.
Driver ratings: 2015 averages
Red Bull confirm engine deal
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has confirmed they have signed an engine deal for 2016 and will be on the grid "unless something extremely untoward happens".
Red Bull revert to old Renault
Red Bull will revert to Renault's older-specification engine at this weekend's Abu Dhabi GP after the new unit disappointed on its debut in Daniel Ricciardo's car in Brazil.
'Red Bull won't miss first test'
Red Bull's chief engineer Paul Monaghan says there is no danger of the team missing the first pre-season test of 2016 despite still not having an engine supply confirmed.
Red Bull 'rule out Renault'
Red Bull owner Dietrich Mateschitz says there is no chance the team will continue with Renault power units as their Speedweek publication launched a scathing attack on all of F1's engine providers.
WATCH: Dancing drivers!
F1 team-mates are often the best of enemies on the track…but not, it seems, when they've got a long rain delay to contend with!
Red Bull did hold VW talks
Christian Horner has confirmed Red Bull did hold talks with the Volkswagen Group about joining F1 as the team's engine supplier.
Newey: Ferrari and Merc scared
Red Bull designer Adrian Newey claims Ferrari and Mercedes are refusing to supply his team with engines next year "out of fear".
WATCH: Dramatic day for Red Bull
On a dramatic day in the Formula 1 paddock, watch how Red Bull's day unfolded as they chased an engine supplier for 2016.
Ecclestone: 22 cars in 2016
Bernie Ecclestone is confident F1 will have 22 cars on the grid next year, despite Red Bull's ongoing struggles to find an engine supplier for 2016.
WATCH: Brundle on Red Bull woes
Watch as Sky Sports F1's Martin Brundle explains why he feels recovering their relationship with Renault is now Red Bull's only option to remain in F1 next year.
Kvyat not looking around
Daniil Kvyat says he is trying his best to keep his focus on racing matters amid the continued uncertainty over Red Bull's F1 future.
Horner unsure on Renault update
Red Bull boss Christian Horner admits he is "a little bit in the dark" over when Renault's engine upgrade will arrive.
Lauda: Bulls never responded
Mercedes non-executive chairman Niki Lauda says Red Bull only have themselves to blame for missing out on an engine supply from the Silver Arrows next year.