Azerbaijan GP Has Just Finished

📣 Azerbaijan GP has just finished‼️

🍀 The whole weekend wasn’t fortunate for Aston Martin Red Bull Racing drivers, and today’s race wasn’t lucky either for our boys.

🏁 Pierre Gasly had to start from the pit lane. He managed to climb as high as 6th place, but on the 40th lap, his car stopped. As it turned out, he ran out of power. That was the end of the race for our Frenchman.

🏁 Max Verstappen also wasn’t the luckiest one. The Dutch driver was on the fourth spot, but he was faster than drivers ahead of him. It seemed like it would take him minutes to make a place on the podium. Unfortunately, his car wasn’t at its best either. He had problems with brakes. However, he managed to secure the 4th place in the end. Once again, Verstappen was very close to the podium, but something happened.

🔥 We hope that the next GP will be a little more fortunate for Aston Martin Red Bull Racing drivers. Check out our Social Media to be up-to-date‼️

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Azerbaijan GP Qualifications Already Behind Us

⚠️ Azerbaijan GP Qualifications already behind us! It was a bittersweet session for Aston Martin Red Bull Racing team.

Pierre Gasly will start from the pit lane after the offense on Friday’s practice. However, he came out on Q1, and he was the quickest driver on the track.

Next, Max Verstappen showed why he is considered one of the best drivers in Formula One. He made the best time in Q2.

In Q3, Sebastian Vettel, Valtteri Bottas and Lewis Hamilton were a little quicker than Verstappen. So, once again, Max will start tomorrow’s race at the fourth spot.

Our drivers were very fast on qualifications, so the emotions on the GP are guaranteed. Keep your fingers crossed for our boys and check out our Social Media to be updated!

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Horner Very Fond Of Dutch Driver’s Reslts

Christian Horner, Aston Martin Red Bull team’s boss, evaluates previous performances of Max Verstappen and Pierre Gasly.

😍 Horner is very fond of the Dutch driver’s results. “He has driven three strong GPs so far this year,” said Horner.

👏 The Red Bull boss also noticed that Gasly is better race after race. “I think, he has made a step forward last weekend,” Horner added.

We are proud of our drivers!

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Maybe Next Time Aston Martin Red Bull Racing Will Finally Win The Race

🏎 China Grand Prix already behind us! It was the 1000th race in the history of F1!

💪 Once again, Aston Martin Red Bull Racing drivers were fighting for points. Max Verstappen challenged Sebastian Vettel for the 3rd spot, but couldn’t make the breakthrough and took the 4th place.

👏 Pierre Gasly also should be congratulated. Our second driver makes progress race after race. This time, Frenchman finished in 6th place. Also, he did the fastest lap on the track. Third time in a row, Mercedes drivers took the 1st and 2nd place.

🙌 Our boys are getting closer to to the best. Maybe next time, Aston Martin Red Bull Racing will finally win the race. Follow us to know the latest news about RB team!

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Quick At Post-Bahrain GP Tests, Looking To Use That Speed Again Soon

🚀 Max Verstappen was very quick at the post-Bahrain GP tests. He finished with the best time on Tuesday’s session. Now, he wants to use that speed and fight for the win in the Chinese GP.

📆 On Friday, our drivers will attend two training sessions in China.
📆 On Saturday, they will get one training and later they will battle in qualifications.

🏁 Emotions will start on Sunday. The race will begin at 8.10 am (UTC+01:00:00). Keep your fingers crossed for our favorite boys!

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Zak Brown Says Still “A Big Gap To The Top Three” Cars

📣 Zak Brown, McLaren CEO, said that there is a big gap between Ferrari, Mercedes and Red Bull, and the rest of the competition. He said that his team isn’t ready to compete with Red Bull cars right now.

💥 “I was pleasantly surprised we were as close to them [Red Bull team] at the weekend. But I think we still feel there is a big gap to the top three, and I don’t think this weekend changed our views,” said Brown.

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Pierre Gasly Started Race At Back, But Kept Climbing Up

It was an unbelievable race!

The Aston Martin Red Bull Racing drivers once again were in the middle of the action. Pierre Gasly started the race at the back, but he kept climbing up and eventually finished at the 8th place. Max Verstappen was even better. The Dutchman finished fourth in the race, although he could have been third. In the fight for the podium, he was interrupted by the safety car on the last rounds. If that didn’t happen, our driver would be on the podium again.

What an amazing race! We cannot wait for China’s GP! Follow our profile to be updated with all news about Aston Martin Red Bull Racing!

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Pierre Gasly Had Problems With Gas Pedal

🍀 It wasn’t the luckiest day for the Aston Martin Red Bull Racing team.

🏎 Max Verstappen took the 5th place. Pierre Gasly had problems with the gas pedal, which ended his qualification at the 13th place.

💥 Those results guarantee us even more excitement in tomorrow’s race because one thing is certain:
Red Bull drivers will once again fight for the win.

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Today Is First And Second Practice Session

It’s F1 weekend!

Today, our boys: Max Verstappen and Pierre Gasly attend to a first and second practice session. Tomorrow, we will have a third practice session and qualifications.

The #BahrainGP will start on Sunday at 16.10. Once again, our boys will fight for the win. Keep your fingers crossed for Aston Martin Red Bull Racing!

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Power Of Aston Martin Reed Appreciated By Mercedes’ Boss

🏎 Toto Wolff, Mercedes’ boss, appreciated the power of Aston Martin Red Bull Racing cars.

🔥 The Austrian was impressed by the maneuver of Max Verstappen, who eaten up Sebastian Vettel into Turn 3.

🗣 “The combination with Red Bull will certainly become a threat. The level of performance is such that you must certainly have them in the calculation for the championship,” said Wolff about Red Bull and Honda engines.

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