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Red Bull Racing looks back on its young but impressive history

It's been said that Red Bull is a marketing company that happens to sell energy drinks, and it's an argument that is not without merit. After all, nearly every form of motorsport (in addition to non-engine-powered sports) has some sort of sponsorship deal with the Austrian drink maker, and nowhere is that more recognizable than in Formula One.

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Nissan gets on board the Red Bull F1 bandwagon

Typically when an automaker gets involved with a Formula One team, it picks one of its divisions to promote through the partnership. You won't see Smart branding on a Mercedes AMG F1 car, for example, or Proton on a Lotus. Scuderia Noah Joseph

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Red Bull Racing going for the hat-trick with new RB8 [w/video]

It might have seemed like a joke when an energy drink company bought the first of two F1 teams in 2004, but eight years and two world titles later, the only ones laughing are those inside the team. For 2012, Red Bull Racing returns as the force to be reckoned with as it aims to make it three in a row, and this is the car in which it aims to get there.

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Ready or not, David Coulthard and Red Bull Racing arrive in Austin [w/video]

The Circuit of the Americas isn't quite finished yet, and Austin isn't quite ready for the Formula One circus to roll into town. But apparently someone forgot to tell David Coulthard and the Red Bull Racing team.

Sebastian Vettel extends with Red Bull through 2014

There are plenty of good reasons for the rumors surrounding Sebastian Vettel and his future. The youngest driver ever to win a Formula One grand prix is also the youngest to ever win a World Championship, and this looks just to be the start. No wonder, then, that reports have been linking the reigning title-holder with moves to Ferrari and Noah Joseph

From Virtual to Reality: GT5's Red Bull X1 prototype jumps out of the screen

Red Bull X1 full-size model – Click above for image gallery

What next for Kimi Raikkonen?

Every F1 season has its wild cards, but in his typical style, few have proven as wild as Kimi Raikkonen. When Ferrari cut his contract short at the end of last season, the 2007 world champion – who came within spitting distance of stealing the title in 2003 and 2005 too – shocked the motor racing world when he simply packed his helmet and switched disciplines to the World Rally Championship.

Red Bull Racing under scrutiny for illegal adjustable suspension?

Red Bull leads the Australian Grand Prix – Click above for high-res image gallery

Toro Rosso reportedly replaces Sebastien Bourdais with 19-year-old Jamie Alguersuari

Those pulling for Sebastien Bourdais will undoubtedly be disappointed by the latest reports emanating from the Formula One paddock. After winning the now-defunct Champ Car title four times in a row, the French driver switched to Formula One with Scuderia Toro Rosso last season, but while his team-mate Sebastian Vettel scored race wins, Bourdais never managed to do better than a couple of seventh-place finishes. Now, after his third early retirement this season at the German Grand Prix this past

Sebastian Vettel drives his Toro Rosso on public streets to pick up award

Sebastian Vettel en route to receive the Lorenzo Bandini Trophy – Click above for a high-res image gallery

Wait, What? Red Bull buys back full stake in Toro Rosso

We wish we could understand how Dietrich Mateschitz thinks, but we just can't. After years of sponsoring F1 teams, the Red Bull chief decides to buy one outright. That wasn't enough, so he buys a second one. Then he sells half of that team to former F1 driver (and fellow Austrian) Gerhard Berger. Then he says he wants to sell it off altogether, but instead he buys it back.

REPORT: Red Bull to shut down the Red Bulletin

Formula One fans and team members alike will be disappointed by reports that the Red Bulletin may be cancelled. The magazine is put out by Red Bull, owners of the Red Bull Racing and Scuderia Toro Rosso teams, in four daily editions at each grand prix on the Formula One calendar. It has become a fixture of the paddock and grandstands since its introduction at Monaco in 2005.

Renault and Ferrari give Red Bull wings!!!

Red Bull has finally confirmed the engine suppliers for both its F1 teams – Red Bull Racing and Scuderia Toro Rosso – for next season and beyond.