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Last year Toro Rosso continued to emerge from Red Bull Racing's shadow in only their second season as an independent constructor.

Latest Stories Brant James: Kurt Busch, David Ragan headline best remaining Cup free agentsupdated: Fri Dec 23 2011 14:14:00

A.J. Allmendinger could have used a job with Team Penske when he was an aspiring -- and five-race-winning -- driver in the now-defunct Champ Car World Series in 2006. He had to wait six years and switch regimens to finally land a job with one of motor sports' most storied teams, but the 30-year-old unwrapped the last plum job opening remaining in Sprint Cup with just four days left until Christmas.

Red Bull, Ferrari pull out of F1 team groupupdated: Fri Dec 02 2011 15:02:00

Red Bull and Ferrari have pulled out of the Formula One Teams Association due to conflict over proposals for cost cutting in the elite motorsport.

Vettel's Formula One dominanceupdated: Fri Jul 08 2011 14:31:00

CNN's Don Riddell talks to Red Bull Racing's Sebastian Vettel about his dominance on the track in 2011.

Ricciardo to make Formula One debut for Hispania at British Grand Prixupdated: Thu Jun 30 2011 16:51:00

Australian rookie Daniel Ricciardo is set to make his Formula One debut at the British Grand Prix after signing a deal with Spanish team Hispania. Cary Estes: Red Bull's departure from NASCAR makes sense, but still delivers a blow to Vickersupdated: Thu Jun 23 2011 14:15:00

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Vettel extends Red Bull deal until 2014updated: Mon Mar 14 2011 12:45:00

Formula One world champion Sebastian Vettel has committed his future to Red Bull by signing a new deal that runs until 2014. Lars Anderson: Vickers, Kahne could lead Red Bull Racing to successful 2011updated: Tue Feb 08 2011 10:25:00

For most of the last decade three teams have dominated NASCAR, forming the sport's ruling class: Hendrick Motorsports, Joe Gibbs Racing and Roush-Fenway Racing. These teams have combined to win the last 11 championships, and last season alone, five of the top six drivers in the final standings were from this triumvirate. Tim Tuttle: Scott Speed talks of getting axe from Red Bull Racing, his plans for next seasonupdated: Thu Dec 09 2010 14:46:00

Scott Speed doesn't believe Red Bull Racing treated him fairly, ethically or legally, in releasing him on Nov. 24. Tom Bowles: Kasey Kahne's split from RPM leaves team's future in jeopardyupdated: Thu Oct 21 2010 20:06:00

Five races remain in this year's Chase for the Championship, but that's far from the only compelling storyline hitting NASCAR down the homestretch. Too often, the fight for the title obscures other, important changes that will shape the sport not just on the grid, but off the track in 2011. So let's examine five under-the-radar moves to watch as the season winds to a close:

Washout delays final qualifying in Japanupdated: Sat Oct 09 2010 10:23:00

Torrential rain in the Suzuka area saw final qualifying for the Japanese Grand Prix abandoned on Saturday.

HRT replace sick Yamamoto; Briatore says Schu's F1 return a mistakeupdated: Fri Sep 24 2010 12:01:00

Formula One team Hispania Racing (HRT) have called up reserve driver Christian Klien for Sunday's Singapore Grand Prix after regular first choice Sakon Yamamoto withdrew through illness. Cory McCartney: Logano may have expected too much lead way from Newman at Michiganupdated: Mon Aug 23 2010 19:12:00

1. By now everyone has seen the latest chapter in Joey Logano's coming of age season, in which he and Ryan Newman had a heated exchange after Sunday's race at Michigan, a confrontation that seemed to be more of a tribute to Newman's restraint than another sign of Logano's increasingly vocal behavior with other drivers. Tom Bowles: Mixed reader reaction to Kasey Kahne move to Red Bull; more mailupdated: Thu Aug 12 2010 16:25:00

A rather tame Silly Season finally lived up to its name this week, with driver swaps, scheduling changes and rumors of financial ruin inducing the busiest NASCAR news cycle of the year. It's a deluge of racing drama that's left fans with plenty on their minds, so let's not waste any time. Remember, and Twitter at NASCARBowles are the way to make your voices heard. Tom Bowles: Winners, losers in Kasey Kahne's one-year deal with Red Bullupdated: Tue Aug 10 2010 23:27:00

After a four-month circus, the Kasey Kahne soap opera came to an end Tuesday. Let's break down his announcement of a one-year deal to join Red Bull Racing in 2011, revealing who was smiling once the merry-go-round finally stopped:

F1 leader Webber extends Red Bull stayupdated: Mon Jun 07 2010 11:24:00

World championship leader Mark Webber will continue to drive for Red Bull in 2011 after extending his contract by one year, the Formula One team announced on Monday. Lars Anderson: Kyle Busch delivers another title-caliber run in Dover winupdated: Mon May 17 2010 08:38:00

Five things we learned on a sun-splashed afternoon at the Monster Mile in Dover, Del.

FOTA welcome back Williams and Force Indiaupdated: Wed Sep 09 2009 13:43:00

The organization that represents the teams competing in Formula One (FOTA) have welcomed back Williams and Force India as members, despite their suspension in May.

Mosley says deal close in F1 breakaway rowupdated: Sun Jun 21 2009 10:49:00

Max Mosley claims a deal is "very close" to end the damaging row which could see a breakaway Formula One series next season.

Ferrari dismiss 2010 Formula One inclusionupdated: Fri Jun 12 2009 14:27:00

Ferrari, Red Bull and Toro Rosso have all restated their intentions to boycott the 2010 Formula One world championship because of a disagreement about the future of the sport, despite being included by the sport's world governing body on a list of official participants for the next season.

Peace breaks out in F1 budget cap rowupdated: Fri May 29 2009 13:51:00

Formula One's budget cap row looks over as Ferrari and other leading teams submitted conditional entries to the 2010 world championship on Friday.

Good year for Brawn GPupdated: Fri May 29 2009 13:51:00

CNN's Justin Armsden speaks to Ross Brawn, owner of the Brawn Mercedes Formula One team's first year success.

Vettel gives Red Bull first F1 win in Chinaupdated: Sun Apr 19 2009 09:13:00

German Sebastian Vettel won a rain-hit Chinese Grand Prix in Shanghai from Australian team-mate Mark Webber as Red Bull Racing claimed a one-two finish to record their first Formula One triumph.

Brawn GP fastest as Hamilton strugglesupdated: Thu Mar 12 2009 17:22:00

Rubens Barrichello in the Brawn GP produced the fastest time of the week in Formula One testing in Barcelona as world champion Lewis Hamilton struggled to keep pace in his new McLaren.

F1 2008: Winners and losersupdated: Tue Jan 06 2009 10:17:00

In taking the Formula One world championship, Lewis Hamilton was the ultimate winner of 2008.

F1's topsy-turvy season goes down to the wireupdated: Fri Oct 31 2008 07:22:00

Either Lewis Hamilton or Felipe Massa would be a worthy Formula One world champion, according to a number of the sport's experts.

F1 prepares to tighten its beltupdated: Fri Oct 03 2008 11:15:00

As the global economic crisis deepens, Formula One is starting to feel the pinch.

Red Bull 'not red-faced' by Toro Rosso humblingupdated: Fri Sep 26 2008 07:00:00

Red Bull Racing drivers David Coulthard and Mark Webber have put a brave face on being outperformed by the team's sister squad, Toro Rosso.

F1 drivers thrown by Singapore night raceupdated: Mon Sep 22 2008 07:48:00

Formula One will be in the dark this weekend when the first night race in the sport's history takes place on the streets of Singapore.

Vettel win gives Toro Rosso wingsupdated: Mon Sep 15 2008 10:35:00

When Sebastian Vettel crossed the finish line at Monza, the Formula One history books had to be rewritten.

Red Bull vow to turn around F1 season at Spaupdated: Thu Sep 04 2008 06:33:00

Red Bull Racing are vowing to turn around their recent form and end the season as strongly as they started it at super-quick Spa.

Young drivers chase Schumachers' legacyupdated: Fri Jul 18 2008 05:07:00

A new era in Formula One begins this weekend. Tim Tuttle: Red Bull, Vickers making all the right movesupdated: Tue Jun 10 2008 21:00:00

Start-ups in any industry are an arduous undertaking. They stumble, they fall, they inevitably make changes. They look for any light at the end of the tunnel to help them find their way out of the darkness.

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. 2008 NASCAR Scouting Reports: Best of the Restupdated: Wed Feb 13 2008 13:13:00

Petty Enterprises hasn't won a race since 1999, and owner Richard Petty had to do something dramatic to turn things around. So in the off-season he moved the operation from his tiny family shop in Level Cross, N.C., to a sprawling complex in Mooresville, N.C., the hub of the sport. Petty hopes the new digs will help him recruit top talent, and it's already working out that way: He lured Jeff Meendering, the former car chief for Jeff Gordon, to be crew chief for Bobby Labonte.... Another underfunded team that will struggle to finish in the top 20 in points this season is Robby Gordon Motorsports. Gordon is the only full-time independent owner-driver in the series, and while he had two top 10 runs last season, he also finished 30th or worse 13 times.... Red Bull Racing Team, on the other hand, is flush with cash and has the man, Brian Vickers, who led more laps (106) than any other Toyota driver in 2007. Still, because their outfits are inexperienced, Vickers and teammate AJ

Hamilton go-ahead for European GPupdated: Sun Jul 22 2007 05:13:00

Formula One championship leader Lewis Hamilton will race in Sunday's European Grand Prix, his McLaren team said.

Spyker protest ruled inadmissibleupdated: Fri Apr 06 2007 06:06:00

Malaysian Grand Prix stewards have rejected Spyker's protest against rivals Toro Rosso, after deciding they were unable to rule on the matter.

F1 compromise plan moves up a gearupdated: Wed Feb 01 2006 11:34:00

Major F1 manufacturers are close to striking a deal with series supremo Bernie Ecclestone that will remove the threat of a rival circuit, a spokesman said Wednesday.

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.

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.

Red Bull driver line-up completedupdated: Thu Jan 06 2005 11:56:00

Red Bull Racing will have three drivers this season after signing Vitantonio Liuzzi and Christian Klien to accompany Briton David Coulthard.

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.

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