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Self-made Red Bull co-founder diesupdated: Sat Mar 17 2012 20:45:00

Before there was the famous Red Bull, there was Krating Daeng, a sweet energy drink sold in Thailand and a few other countries. Its labels feature two red bulls charging one another.

Buemi secures 2009 drive with Toro Rossoupdated: Fri Jan 09 2009 12:48:00

Sebastien Buemi is to become the youngest driver on the 2009 Formula One grid after securing his seat with the Toro Rosso team. Tom Bowles: On the market -- top five free agents in 2009updated: Thu Sep 25 2008 15:51:00

As summer turns to fall, NASCAR's Silly Season is a little bit like a department store going out of business. All merchandise needs to be cleared out at bargain basement prices; and by the time you get to its final days, there's next to nothing left to shop for. Tim Tuttle: Speed may not be rushing, but could find himself in Sprint Cupupdated: Tue Sep 23 2008 14:53:00

Sitting in the Bill Davis Racing transporter Saturday afternoon, two hours before driving in NASCAR's Craftsman Truck Series race at Las Vegas, Scott Speed reiterated that he's in no rush to get into Sprint Cup.

Formula One's money barrier looms largeupdated: Tue May 13 2008 08:59:00

Wanted: someone with a minimum of several hundred million dollars and the stomach for a fight. No reward guaranteed.

F1 changes force Toro Rosso sale updated: Wed Mar 19 2008 11:08:00

Red Bull's second-string Formula One team, Toro Rosso, is for sale. Tim Tuttle: Cast aside by F1, Speed looks to return homeupdated: Thu Aug 16 2007 00:04:00

Bounced out of his seat with Toro Rosso in Formula 1 at the end of July, Scott Speed will attempt to resume his career back home in the USA. Speed, who was pushed out after a run-in with team management at the European Grand Prix last month, will begin his comeback effort this weekend at Michigan, where he and agent Glen Hinshaw will meet with several NASCAR teams.

Trapattoni takes over at Salzburgupdated: Tue May 23 2006 13:08:00

Former Italy coach Giovanni Trapattoni and ex-German international Lothar Matthaeus have formally agreed to take charge of Austrian side Red Bull Salzburg.

Trapattoni denies Salzburg claimsupdated: Fri May 19 2006 15:54:00

Former Italy coach Giovanni Trapattoni has denied in a German television interview that he has agreed to accept a job as team manager with Red Bull Salzburg, with Lothar Matthaeus as his coach.

Red Bull will use Ferrari enginesupdated: Sat Apr 23 2005 08:46:00

World champions Ferrari will supply Formula One newcomers Red Bull Racing with engines for 2006 and 2007, the Fiat-owned team said on Saturday.

Raikkonen claims provisional poleupdated: Sat Apr 23 2005 05:56:00

Finn Kimi Raikkonen put McLaren on provisional pole for Sunday's San Marino Grand Prix after first qualifying at Imola.

CNNMoney: Martha debuts on Forbes billionaire listupdated: Thu Mar 10 2005 15:05:00

The new Martha Stewart is richer than ever, according to Forbes.

Klien given opening Red Bull driveupdated: Fri Feb 18 2005 11:14:00

Austrian Christian Klien will partner David Coulthard at the opening Australian Grand Prix, Red Bull Racing have confirmed.

Coulthard signs Red Bull contractupdated: Fri Dec 17 2004 13:20:00

Briton David Coulthard will stay in Formula One next year after signing for Red Bull Racing.

Coulthard closer to Red Bull driveupdated: Tue Dec 14 2004 11:50:00

McLaren discard David Coulthard looks set to be offered a way back into Formula One for the 2005 season as a driver with the new Red Bull Racing team.

Jordan confirm 2005 participationupdated: Fri Nov 12 2004 08:24:00

Jordan, fighting for survival after engine supplier Ford pulled out, have confirmed they will enter next year's Formula One world championship.

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