Formula 1

8:03 AM ET Red Bull boss Christian Horner is confident his team did not break Formula One’s budget cap last year. Horner was furious over accusations, ahead of Sunday’s Singapore Grand Prix, that Red Bull breached last year’s $145 million cap, which would lead to sanctions against his team if true. 1 Related On Wednesday,
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4:34 AM ET Sergio Perez’s Singapore Grand Prix victory was “world class” and his best drive yet in Formula One, Red Bull team boss Christian Horner said on Sunday. The race ended with Perez subject to a stewards’ investigation for possible safety car infringements, but with the eventual five-second time penalty making no difference to
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5:25 PM ET SINGAPORE — Max Verstappen said he took “zero” enjoyment from Sunday’s Singapore Grand Prix after he found himself struggling to carve through the field. Verstappen’s weekend went awry in qualifying when he was forced to abort a lap that was comfortably fast enough for pole position due to a lack of fuel
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6:04 AM ET SINGAPORE — George Russell will start the Singapore Grand Prix from the pit lane after Mercedes fitted a new power unit to his car and incurred a penalty. Russell qualified 11th for Sunday’s race after struggling with a suspected engine issue that affected his car under braking. Mercedes took the opportunity to
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12:18 PM ET Formula One championship leader Max Verstappen gave Red Bull a blast of radio rage after the team told him to abort his final qualifying lap at the Singapore Grand Prix on Saturday and he ended up eighth. “Why? Why?,” screamed the Dutch 25-year-old as he was told to pit instead of going
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6:26 AM ET SINGAPORE — Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has hit back at claims his team exceeded the budget cap last season, saying such accusations are “extremely defamatory”. The FIA is due to complete its analysis of the 2021 accounts of all ten teams next week to determine whether their spending fell in
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11:31 AM ET SINGAPORE — Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff says Formula One faces a “heavyweight” issue amid claims Red Bull and Aston Martin exceeded the sport’s cost cap in 2021. After several months of analysing all 10 teams’ accounts, the FIA is set to issue certifications to those that met the $145 million budget
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