#Red Bull Racing


Decentralized IDO platform Rocket Launchpad launches into the Tezos ecosystem

Tortola, British Virgin Islands, Aug 3, 2021 — Recently, the Tezos ecosystem has seen several high-profile partnerships, including collaborations with McLaren and Red Bull Racing. Since its launch, the number of projects currently using Tezos (XTZ) has grown to a total of 135. As its popularity continues to rise, a need for an efficient means to support early-stage projects is steadily starting to appear within the ecosystem. Rocket Launchpad provides the solution for developing Tezos-based projects with the aim of keeping and growing the ecosystem’s fast pace of development.
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Huis wins second Formula Pro Series race

Bono Huis won in dominant fashion at Silverstone for the second round of the Formula Pro Series, but only after overcoming early leader Jeffrey Rietveld. Formula 1 is giving us a Mercedes-AMG vs Red Bull Racing battle at present and if the first round of Formula Pro Series was anything to go by, rFactor 2’s latest top tier championship may very well be giving us another season-long duel between two super teams.
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The Mercedes-Red Bull rivalry runs far deeper than Hamilton vs Verstappen

His Servus TV station holds F1’s rights in the country – sub-leasing certain rounds to state broadcaster ORF – while the Red Bulletin is a premium lifestyle publication. Indeed, everything about Mateschitz’s operation is premium: from the chefs in his Hangar 7 restaurant situated alongside Salzburg Airport to the quality of materials and workmanship of his AlphaTauri fashion range. Similar premium standards apply to Mercedes.
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Max Verstappen Unhappy With P3 Performance

Max Verstappen was disappointed with himself after qualifying in P3 in Hungary, but has taken solace from the fact that not only will he have his teammate Sergio Perez starting alongside him, he will also start on the Soft tyre which will give him an advantage heading into Turn 1.
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People want to see accidents like the one in Hungary

Following the Silverstone accident between Max Verstappen (Red Bull) and Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes), an explosive start was also expected in the Hungarian Grand PrixBut no one would have thought that there would be a series of incidents with up to seven cars affected at Turn 1. “That crash in the...

“Again I was taken out by a Mercedes”

The last two races of Formula 1 They have not been at all what Verstappen would have imagined in his fight to be this champion, since after the strong accident that left him empty-handed at Silverstone, this Sunday he could barely be tenth after being hit at the start again.

Verstappen set fourth fastest lap in Hungary despite "half a car"

Just like in Silverstone, Max Verstappen will have imagined the race at the Hungaroring to be very different. After a hard-fought crash on the English circuit, the Dutchman wanted to get his money's worth on the track but was hit again by a Mercedes at the first corner. This time it was Valtteri Bottas who did the honours for the Brackley-based team.

Red Bull in pursuit: 'Upcoming races are Mercedes circuits'

After the triple header in France and Austria, things were looking up for Red Bull Racing, with a comfortable lead in both championships. Two races on and suddenly the Milton Keynes-based team are in hot pursuit, as after Hungary Mercedes have regained the lead in both title battles. Mika Hakkinen...

"I completely rule out Bottas causing the crash on purpose"

According to Ralf Schumacher the crash of Valtteri Bottas was not intentional. The unfortunate Finn braked in the first corner of the Hungarian Grand Prix and hit the two cars of Red Bull Racing. Tense atmosphere between Mercedes and Red Bull. Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff still wanted to apologise...

Hamilton says Red Bull Racing should rethink their Silverstone comments

Aug.4 - Lewis Hamilton has pointed the finger at Red Bull after being loudly booed and jeered by spectators after the recent Hungarian GP. The seven time world champion, who has returned to his home in Monaco as the new championship leader, said he thinks comments made by Red Bull's top bosses in the wake.....check out full post »

Red Bull Racing considers new Honda engines for next race in Spa

Aug.4 - Valtteri Bottas' five-place grid penalty for taking out both Red Bulls in Hungary is not severe enough, according to Dr Helmut Marko. Mercedes and Bottas admitted the blame for the misjudged first corner in Hungary that ultimately cost Max Verstappen the world championship lead. As for the subsequent five-place grid penalty for Bottas.....check out full post »

F1 – Hungarian GP 2021: Red Bull expels an employee for racist comments

The British chain Sky Sports has revealed that an employee of the Red Bull team has been immediately expelled from the team for making racist comments this week. He was apparently not a publicly known member of the track team, and whether the comments were towards Lewis Hamilton or not after the row 10 days ago at Silverstone has not been revealed, but I do know that the expulsion was due to a series of messages from WhatsApp that contain racist language and abuse. Some even transcended to social networks.

Horner: Incidents in a cost cap environment "are very brutal"

Red Bull Racing went from heaven to hell in two weekends. Max Verstappen's team looked invincible after a string of wins, but after crashes with Mercedes drivers in Hungary and Britain, the situation has changed dramatically. Mercedes suddenly take the lead in both the driver and constructor standings. And then there is the story of the broken engines.