Red Bull have finally resolved their F1 future by confirming a deal to run TAG Heuer-branded Renault engines in 2016.
Christian Horner has warned Red Bull face 'a transitional year' in 2016 with their new power supply deal.
Christian Horner says Red Bull have signed an engine deal for 2016 and will be on the grid "unless something untoward happens".
Red Bull will run Renault's older engine in this weekend's Abu Dhabi after the French firm's latest effort disappointed in Brazil.
Renault has admitted the upgraded engine it ran for the first time in Brazil failed to deliver the expected performance gains.
Daniel Ricciardo has admitted Renault's upgraded engine he is using in Brazil is at yet no better than the old one.
Red Bull will be at the first 2016 pre-season test despite engine deal having yet to be confirmed, says chief engineer Paul Monaghan.
Red Bull have announced they will stay in F1 by confirming they have applied to be part of the world championship next season.
Daniel Ricciardo says Red Bull hope to gain "clarity" on the direction they'll take in 2016 when Renault introduce upgrades.
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Dietrich Mateschitz says there is no chance Red Bull will be Renault powered in 2016 as Speedweek launches a scathing attack on F1's engine providers.
Christian Horner has hinted that the FIA's planned low-cost engine might be Red Bull's best bet to stay in F 1 in the long-term.
Red Bull have extended their deadline to find an engine deal for 2016 to mid-November as they continue to seek a solution.
Eric Boullier has indicated that McLaren remain opposed to Honda supplying Red Bull by insisting the team is 'not a charity foundation'.
Honda have confirmed they are in ongoing talks with a team, thought to be Red Bull, about a potential 2016 engine supply.
Christian Horner has confirmed Red Bull did hold talks with the Volkswagen Group about joining F1 as the team's engine supplier.
Supplying Red Bull with engines in 2016 would be a smart move for Honda, according to Sky F1 pundit Martin Brundle.
Sauber team principal Monisha Kaltenborn says Red Bull should just accept whatever engine they are offered and get on with racing.
Red Bull designer Adrian Newey claims Ferrari and Mercedes are refusing to supply his team with engines "out of fear".
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