Can Red Bull End Season On A High Note For Both Cars And Finally Have Success In Brazil

Red Bull Racing have been strong as of late. If you take out the power unit failures throughout the course of the second half of the season, then both Max Verstappen and Daniel Ricciardo would likely still be a player in this year’s championship. Instead, Lewis Hamilton has that secured as everyone else is playing for second from here on out. But, that doesn’t stop all the teams from trying to win out. RBR is hoping to end the 2018 season the heels of three straight victories as Verstappen was…

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For 2nd Straight Year, Verstappen Wins Mexican Grand Prix While Team Nearly Nets 1-2 Finish

Max Verstappen put a bow on a near perfect weekend for his No. 33 Red Bull Racing Renault in Sunday’s Mexican Grand Prix in earning his second victory of the Formula One season in dominating fashion. Verstappen, powered by his Red Bull Racing teammate Daniel Ricciardo on the opening lap and other than pitting, led every lap en route to his fifth career F1 victory and second straight win in the race. Verstappen, pitted on Lap 13 and two laps later on fresher tires, he was back up to second.…

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Ricciardo Narrowly Bests Teammate Verstappen For Mexican Grand Prix Pole, Can Red Bull Racing Pull Of Win On Sunday?

Daniel Ricciardo is in a slump. His last win came 13 races ago on May 27. In fact, his victory in the Monaco Grand Prix was his last podium effort too. At that point of the season, Ricciardo had two wins and four top five finishes in the first six races of the year. In the last 13 races, Ricciardo has zero wins, zero podiums and just five top fives. Power unit failures and bad luck are the culprit. But, on Saturday in Mexico City, Ricciardo put together the perfect…

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Verstappen Chages From 18th To Finish Runner-Up In United States Grand Prix

Max Verstappen’s maturity is coming around quickly. From the Canadian Grand Prix on, the Red Bull Racing driver has stopped ruffling feathers and his results have in turn improved. Coincidence? In Montreal, he finished third that weekend in June. He’s been on a roll every since. After, he was runner-up in France. After that, he won his lone race of the year thus far in Austria. Overall, in that 12 race span, Verstappen has one win, seven podiums and 10 top five finishes in his No. 33 Renault. Sunday, was…

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Ferrari And Red Bull Battles Could Be Won By Unlikely Drivers This Weekend

The betting world is growing in the United States due to a recent law change in terms of sports betting. With that being said, that could favor racing the most. Fans can now place bets on automobile racing around the world and do so without repercussions. So, that brings a whole new way to watching and looking at races for fans and bettors. Take this for example, one prop you can place money on is battles among teammates in F1. You can put wagers on which teammate will finish ahead…

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Mercedes Suffers 1st Double DNF In 2 Years, Verstappen Capitalizes In Austrian Grand Prix Victory

Mercedes had the win in Sunday’s Austrian Grand Prix signed and sealed but all they needed was it being delivered. Unfortunately, it got lost in the mail. Both Valtteri Bottas as well as Lewis Hamilton suffered DNF’s in the race which handed the win to Red Bull Racing’s Max Verstappen.

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5 Favorites For Sunday’s Azerbaijan Grand Prix (8 a.m. ET/ESPN 2)

This has been a wild 2018 Formula One season. Through three races, Mercedes has yet to win. Now, we head to the second ever Azerbaijan Grand Prix (8 a.m. ET/ESPN 2) this weekend, which could create even more unknowns for Sunday’s race. Last year, we saw a wild race. The podium was Daniel Ricciardo, Valtteri Bottas and Lance Stroll. Will this year’s race be even crazier?

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Can Red Bull Land Victory In Azerbaijan Grand Prix

Two weeks ago, Red Bull shocked the Formula One community by showing their pace in a win in the Heineken Chinese Grand Prix. Daniel Ricciardo had a horrible preliminary weekend in two practice sessions and even qualifying. But, he overcame that by having the pace to not only beat the Mercedes duo, but the Ferrari ones too. Ricciardo, won the race itself. No one, and I mean no one, saw that coming. 

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5 Favorites For Sunday’s Rolex Australian Grand Prix (1 a.m. ET/ESPN 2)

The season opening Formula One race is here. The Rolex Australian Grand Prix (1 a.m. ET/ESPN 2) will go lights out on Sunday afternoon overseas, or early Sunday morning stateside. With so many changes made during the offseason, halo included, what kind of race are we shaping up for this weekend? After the opening day of practice and how the flow of the weekend is going, here are the top five favorites to win. 

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Valtteri Bottas Triumps In 1st Career Formula One Victory Sunday in Russia

We all knew the time would be coming, the one when Valtteri Bottas finally won his first career Formula One victory. That time, ended up being today, as the Finland native took the checkered flag first in Sunday’s Russian Grand Prix. Bottas, got a great start and by Turn 2, was leading. He would never look back, giving the lead up only when he came down pit lane on the Sochi track. When the pit sequences ended, Bottas was up front, bringing his No. 77 Mercedes to victory in just…

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