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Red Bull Racing

Knowledge Identifier: &Red_Bull_Racing


Red Bull Racing

Austrian Formula One racing team based in Milton Keynes, England add

Category: Auto racing

Founded in 1980.

Countries: (26%), United Kingdom (17%), United States (7%)

Main connections: Scuderia Toro Rosso, Sebastian Vettel, Formula One

Linked to: Scuderia Ferrari, Cosworth, Scuderia Toro Rosso, Ford Motor Company




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Red Bull Technology was regarded as a loop-hole to allow Red Bull to run two teams with the same car, which had been prohibited in Formula One since the 1980s add something


One way in which they went about doing that was by employing Mark Gallagher, who was head of marketing for nine years at Jordan, itself an exciting brand in the late 1990s add something


Jackie Stewart sold his team to the Ford Motor Company late in 1999, and Ford made the decision to rebrand the team Jaguar Racing, with little subsequent success over the next five years add something


Paul Stewart (racing driver) - At the end of 1999, Ford purchased the team, which became Jaguar Racing for and subsequently Red Bull Racing in


Helmut Marko - From 1999 he has overseen the Red Bull driver development programme, which has nurtured talented drivers such as Sebastian Vettel and brought Juan Pablo Montoya into Formula One. Since 2005 he has been advisor to the Red Bull_Racing Formula One team


Coulthard, after a poor 2003 and 2004 with McLaren, was a revelation for the team while Klien showed that he had vastly improved from 2004 add something


In a single season they amassed more points than Jaguar had in 2003 and 2004 add something


In a single season they amassed more points than Jaguar had in 2003 and 2004 add something


Christian Klien - At the end of 2004, however, Jaguar sold its Formula One team to Red Bull, which renamed it "Red Bull Racing"


Red Bull Junior Team - In 2004 Red Bull bought Jaguar Racing and renamed the team Red Bull Racing for the 2005 Formula One season


Scuderia Toro Rosso - Toro Rosso claim that this design was originally produced during 2004 by Jaguar Racing, Red Bull's predecessor, and that the intellectual rights had belonged to the Ford Motor Company, Jaguar Racing's parent company before passing to Toro Rosso


The Jaguar Racing Formula One constructor and racing team was put up for sale in September 2004 when its owner, the Ford Motor Company, decided it could "no longer make a compelling business case for any of its brands to compete in F1 add something


Dietrich Mateschitz - In November 2004, Mateschitz bought the Jaguar Formula One team from its previous owners, Ford, and it was subsequently renamed Red Bull Racing


Christian Klien - Jaguar were bought out in November 2004 by Austrian energy drink company Red Bull and were renamed Red Bull_Racing


Red Bull, an energy drinks company, agreed its purchase of Jaguar Racing on the final day of the sale, 15 November 2004 add something


American driver Scott Speed, who rose through the ranks in the American equivalent of Red Bull Junior Team, Red Bull Driver Search, was Red Bull Racing's third driver in 2005 for the Canadian and US Grands Prix add something


For 2005, the chassis was christened the "'RB1"' add something


In 2005, RBR driver Vitantonio Liuzzi was given a full-time seat with Scuderia Toro Rosso alongside another Red Bull sponsored driver, Scott Speed add something


In the autumn of 2005, Red Bull announced that they had purchased the Minardi Formula One team, and it would be known as Scuderia Toro Rosso from 2006 onwards add something


The team continued to have access to the Cosworth engine developed for their 2005 chassis, and the operation continued under the new title add something


David Coulthard - Coulthard's contract at Red Bull Racing was extended prior to the 2005 British Grand Prix, prolonging his Formula One career to at least the end of 2006


Robert Doornbos - He has been test and third driver for the Jordan and Red Bull Racing &Formula_One teams, as well as driving for Minardi and Red Bull Racing in 2005 and 2006


Alexander Rossi (racing driver) - In 2005, after becoming IKF Grand National Champion in the 100cc Yamaha class, Rossi was semi-finalist in the Red Bull Formula One American Drivers search with a top 5 finish overall out of over 2,000 nationwide candidates


Scuderia Toro Rosso - Liuzzi had raced part time for Red Bull Racing in 2005, while Speed entered F1 following the Red Bull Driver Search in the United States


Robert Doornbos - The Minardi team ceased to exist in its previous form at the end of 2005, being bought out by Red Bull and becoming their Scuderia Toro Rosso team


Christian Klien - The Austrian returned to the race seat for the Canadian Grand Prix and maintained his race seat thanks to his strong performances and Red Bull's increased number of seats from the purchase of the Minardi team in 2006


Christian Klien - With both Klien and Liuzzi signed to race for the Red Bull team in 2005, Red Bull announced that Liuzzi would be racing at the next 4 rounds in San Marino, Spain, Monaco and the European Grands Prix instead of Klien


On 23 April 2005, the team announced a deal to use Ferrari engines in 2006 add something


Paul Stoddart - On 12 September 2005, Stoddart announced that he had sold his team to Red Bull Racing owner Dietrich Mateschitz


On 8 November 2005, Red Bull Racing poached Adrian Newey, the highly successful McLaren technical director add something


Adrian Newey - Despite those assurances, Red Bull Racing announced on 8 November 2005 that Newey would join the team from February 2006


Christian Klien - After a promising performance in China, it was confirmed in December 2005 that Klien would drive for the Red Bull Racing outfit alongside David Coulthard for the 2006 season


On 15 December 2005, the team's second car, the Red Bull RB2, hit the track for the first time add something


At the opening race of the 2006 season in Bahrain, Christian Klien qualified eighth add something


In 2006 STR used a chassis based on the 2005 Red Bull Racing Red Bull RB1 chassis, originally designed by Jaguar Racing, and Minardi's contracted supply of rev-limited V10 Cosworth engines add something


Klien was replaced by Robert Doornbos for the last three races of 2006 add something


When David Coulthard finished third in the 2006 race, he donned a Superman cape for his appearance on the podium add something


Ron Dennis - A further blow was the announcement that Adrian Newey was to join Red Bull Racing from the start of 2006


Adrian Newey - After designing championship-winning Formula One cars for Williams F1 and McLaren, Newey moved to Red Bull Racing in 2006, his cars winning the Formula One drivers' and constructors' championships consecutively from 2010 to 2013


Martin Brundle - Also in 2006, Brundle drove a 2005 Red Bull Racing car around Silverstone as part of ITV's 'F1 Insight' feature


Midland F1 Racing - As the 2006 season went on, the team went from running ahead of Super Aguri but behind everyone else, to consistently sparring with other midfield teams such as Red Bull Racing and Scuderia Toro Rosso although it only ever finished ahead of crippled cars, Super Aguri and the occasional Toro Rosso


Robert Doornbos - Doornbos was unable to find a race drive for 2006, but Christian Horner, his former F3000 boss, had since been appointed as Sporting Director of Red Bull Racing, where he was appointed the team's test and reserve driver


David Coulthard - For 2006, Coulthard continued at Red Bull, partnered again with Christian Klien


Christian Klien - He stayed at Red Bull for 2006, whilst Liuzzi moved to the Red Bull junior team, Scuderia Toro Rosso


Scuderia Toro Rosso - It made its racing debut in the 2006 Formula One season, after Paul Stoddart sold his remaining interest in the Minardi team at the end of 2005 to Red Bull's owner, Dietrich Mateschitz, who subsequently struck a 50/50 joint-ownership deal with former F1 driver, Gerhard Berger, before the start of the season


Scuderia Toro Rosso - The 2006 chassis was a modified version of the 2005 Red Bull Racing RB1


Christian Klien - In August 2006, it was confirmed that Klien would not stay with the Red Bull team for the upcoming 2007 season, or at least as a race driver, due to Red Bull's signing of Mark Webber


The team announced on 7 August 2006 that it had signed Mark Webber to drive alongside David Coulthard for the 2007 season, replacing Christian Klien who ended his association with the team add something


Mark Webber - After some speculation of Webber joining the Renault team, which was run by Briatore, it was announced on 7 August 2006 that Webber would join Red Bull Racing for to partner David Coulthard, replacing former Jaguar Racing team mate Christian Klien


David Coulthard - On 7 August 2006, the day after the Hungarian Grand Prix where Coulthard finished 5th, it was announced the he had extended his contract with Red Bull Racing for 2007 and would be teamed up with Mark Webber


Renault in Formula One - After Renault's purchase of the Benetton team, they did not supply customer engines until , when they signed an agreement with Red Bull Racing on 15 September 2006


After lengthy discussions over Red Bull Racing's obligation to continue to use Ferrari engines for 2007, the team announced on 31 August 2006 they would use Renault engines for the 2007 season, the Ferrari contract being passed to Scuderia Toro Rosso add something


Doornbos became the team's non-racing third driver for 2007 add something


It was widely speculated that the 2007 chassis for both teams would be essentially the same Adrian Newey design, although Red Bull were careful to announce that the "STR2 will be built by Red Bull Technology, and Toro Rosso will fully own the intellectual rights of the car add something


Liuzzi retained his seat in STR for the 2007 season add something


Sebastian Vettel replaced Speed in the middle of the 2007 season, and Sébastien Bourdais replaced Liuzzi at STR for the 2008 Formula One season add something


The team has used Renault engines since 2007, and has a contract to do so until 2016 add something


Geoff Willis - He was the Technical Director of Red Bull Racing team from 2007 to 2009 and Technical Director of Hispania Racing from 2010 to 2011


Scuderia Toro Rosso - Included in the terms of the deal with Red Bull was the clause that the team must keep its headquarters in Faenza, Italy until at least the 2007 season


Steve Matchett - Since 2007, Matchett has hosted an annual series of technical features for SPEED called RPM - Racing Per Matchett in which he interviews key members of the Renault F1, Red Bull Racing and McLaren F1 teams, explaining to the viewers different features of modern race car design and ultra-exotic technology


Adrian Newey - The 2007 Red Bull of his design was powered by the Renault RS26 engine as the Ferrari 056 contract was transferred to Scuderia Toro Rosso, Red Bull Racing's "B team"


Renault in Formula One - The car for 2007, the R27, was unveiled on 24 January 2007, and bore a new yellow, blue, orange and white livery in deference to the corporate colours of &ING (ING_Group). Renault engines were supplied to the Red Bull Racing team for the 2007 season


Mark Webber - On 26 January 2007 the new Red Bull RB3 challenger was unveiled in Spain, and Webber drove the car in a shakedown in Barcelona on the same day


David Coulthard - On 6 July 2007, Red Bull Racing announced that Coulthard's contract had been extended to the end of


Spyker F1 - Despite former Red Bull Racing driver Christian Klien testing for the team on July 12, 2007, Albers' replacement for the 2007 European Grand Prix was Winkelhock


Red Bull Racing further strengthened their technical department by hiring Geoff Willis as Technical Director on 17 July 2007 add something


Geoff Willis - On July 17, 2007, Willis was hired by Red Bull Racing as the team's Technical Director, once again under Newey


Sebastien Buemi - On 18 September 2007 he drove the Red Bull RB3 at the F1 test session in Jerez


Ross Brawn - Towards the end of 2007 it was reported that Brawn was to join the big-spending Red Bull outfit as part of a package intended to attract double world champion Fernando Alonso, but it was announced on 12 November 2007 that Brawn was to become the new team principal of Honda F1


Against expectation, Toro Rosso performed well during the 2008 season and Sebastian Vettel won the 2008 Italian Grand Prix add something


David Coulthard had a tougher start to the 2008 campaign due to poor qualifying, but a 3rd place at Canada gave Red Bull their first podium since the 2007 European Grand Prix add something


Red Bull presented the RB4 at the Jerez circuit on 16 January and announced that Sébastien Buemi would be their test and reserve driver for 2008 combining it with his GP2 drive with the Arden International GP2 team add something


Neel Jani - For the 2008 F1 season, Neel was linked with the test driving role at Red Bull Racing


A.C. Milan - Robert Doornbos, formerly driving for Minardi and Red Bull Racing in the Formula One World Championship, drove for Milan in 2008


Mark Webber - Webber remained with Red Bull for , where he was joined by Sebastian Vettel after David Coulthard's retirement at the end of 2008


Sebastien Buemi - On 16 January 2008 Red Bull Racing confirmed Buemi as their test and reserve driver for the 2008 season


Scuderia Toro Rosso - In late November 2008, Red Bull regained total ownership of Toro Rosso after buying back Berger's share of the team


For 2009, Red Bull Racing launched their new RB5 chassis virtually on 8 February by means of a 3D computer generated video narrated by Sebastian Vettel add something


For the 2009 season, Renault were allowed to equalise the difference in engine power compared to their competitors after the single year freeze in engine development from 2007 add something


This meant that Toro Rosso actually took their first win before Red Bull Racing, and helped to secure Vettel a drive with Red Bull Racing for 2009, when he took that team's first win add something


Michael Schumacher - Ferrari appealed for special permission for Schumacher to test in a 2009 spec car but Williams, Red Bull and Toro Rosso were against this test


Scuderia Ferrari - Ferrari started the 2009 season poorly with their F60 car, outperformed by Red Bull Racing and Brawn GP


David Coulthard - He was the Red Bull Racing reserve driver for the first two Grands Prix of the 2009 season and is remaining with the team as a consultant and demonstration driver


Scuderia Toro Rosso - Sébastien Buemi took Vettel's seat for the 2009 season when he moved to the Red Bull team, while Bourdais was dropped after the , following a series of poor performances that had only scored him two points


Scuderia Toro Rosso - Vettel's performances earned him a place at the senior Red Bull team for 2009


FinBlade - In June 2009 with the advent of a broader range of mobile content available on the $ iPhone FinBlade started developing applications, commencing with Red Bull GP on the iPhone, published by Red Bull Racing, The Men Who Stare at Goats app promoting the film adaption of Jon Ronson's book, followed by a match report and news centre app for Liverpool F.C.


Indian Grand Prix - On 11 October 2009, the Red Bull Racing team gave a demonstration in Mumbai


As of the 2010 season this arrangement was outlawed, and the STR5 is the first Toro Rosso car designed and built in-house add something


For the 2010 season, the team retained both Mark Webber and Sebastian Vettel, with Renault remaining the engine supplier add something


Proof that Red Bull, his team, did was shown in the Turkish Grand Prix earlier in 2010 when a lack of team orders culminated in a crash add something


The beginning of the 2010 season saw the introduction of a new points system in F1 add something


The regulations were changed in 2010 to forbid the use of identical cars between teams, and Toro Rosso no longer has its cars produced by Red Bull Technology add something


The team produced the quadruple world champion driver of 2010, 2011, 2012, and 2013, Sebastian Vettel add something


David Coulthard - At certain Grands Prix in 2010, when regular Red Bull and Toro Rosso reserve drivers Daniel Ricciardo and Brendon Hartley competed elsewhere in the 2010 Formula Renault 3,5 Series season, Coulthard was available to step in as reserve driver


Dietrich Mateschitz - In 2010 Red Bull Racing won the Formula 1 Constructors Championship and Drivers Championship with Sebastian Vettel


Mark Webber - In 2010, Webber continued to race with Red Bull


Mecachrome - Mecachrome engines powered the Red Bull Formula One team to the Constructors' Championship and Red Bull driver Sebastian Vettel to the World Drivers' Championship in 2010, 2011 and 2012


Paul Stewart (racing driver) - Paul's son Dylan worked as a summer intern at Red Bull Racing from 2010 to 2012


Mark Webber - In June 2010, Red Bull Racing announced that Webber had signed a one-year extension to his contract, meaning that he will remain with the team for the season


Adrian Newey - On 2 July 2010, Newey was rewarded with his own Red Bull RB5, in regards of his achievements with Red Bull Racing since he joined the team in 2007


Renault - Renault powered the winning 2010 Red Bull Racing team, and entered to a similar role with its old team in December 2010, when sold the final participation on it to the investment group Genii Capital, the main stakeholder since December 2009, ending Renault's direct role in running a F1 team for the second time


Premium automotive brand Infiniti joined Red Bull Racing as an official partner for the 2011 and 2012 seasons which saw Infiniti logos appear on the race car, drivers overalls and team kit add something


OZ Group - As of 2011, OZ currently supplies the F1 teams Red Bull Racing and Lotus Renault, the Ford World Rally Team and the Audi sports car racing and DTM teams


McLaren - Button finished the driver's championship in second place with 270 points behind 2011 Driver's Champion Sebastian Vettel of Red Bull Racing, ahead of Hamilton's 227 points


Mark Webber - On 27 August 2011, it was announced that Webber would remain with Red Bull into the 2012 season, alongside team-mate Vettel


Daniel Ricciardo - However, on 22 October 2011, a few days before the inaugural Indian Grand Prix, the race where Narain Karthikeyan was due to gain back his seat for his home race, HRT F1 announced that Vitantonio Liuzzi made way for Karthikeyan, allowing Ricciardo to race in India and extend his learning curve that Red Bull Racing paid the struggling Spanish team to do, as well as allowing Karthikeyan to race in front of his home fans


As with 2012, Webber was signed on a single year contract while Vettel continues to honour his current multi-year agreement add something


For the 2012 season, Red Bull retained the duo of Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber from the previous three years add something


Vettel won the Drivers Championship for a third consecutive time in 2012 making him the youngest triple World Champion, surpassing Ayrton Senna add something


Alexander Rossi (racing driver) - Rossi stayed in the series for the 2012 season, but switched to newcomers Arden Caterham Motorsport, partnering Red Bull backed driver Lewis Williamson


Dietrich Mateschitz - Sebastian Vettel became a three-time world champion in 2012 by winning 3 championships in a row for Red Bull Racing


Sebastien Buemi - In January 2012 it was announced that Buemi would rejoin Red Bull Racing as a test and reserve driver for the season, as well as acting as Toro Rosso's reserve driver


In November 2012, it was announced that Infiniti would become the team's title sponsor from the season onwards, with the team to be known as "Infiniti Red Bull Racing" add something


At the 2013 Indian Grand Prix, Vettel sealed the Drivers Championship title, and in doing so, won the Constructors Championship for Infiniti Red Bull Racing for the fourth consecutive year add something


In Australia, the first race of the season, Vettel placed the new RB9 on pole position but struggled in the race finishing in 3rd place behind title rivals of 2012, Kimi Räikkönen and Fernando Alonso whilst team mate Webber finished in sixth place add something


The team was renamed Infiniti Red Bull Racing for the 2013 season following the announcement that premium automotive brand Infiniti has become Title Partner and Vehicle Performance Partner of the team add something


Dietrich Mateschitz - At the 2013 Indian Grand Prix, Vettel sealed the Drivers championship title, and in doing so, won the Constructors championship for Red Bull Racing


Scuderia Toro Rosso - Before the following race in Italy it was announced that Ricciardo would replace Webber at Red Bull for the 2014 season


Mark Webber - Following the victory, Webber signed a one-year contract extension with Red Bull, for the 2013 season


Charles Leclerc - In his final year of karting in 2013, Leclerc claimed sixth position in the CIK-FIA European KZ Championship and finished second in the CIK-FIA World KZ Championship, behind current Red Bull Formula One driver Max Verstappen


Daniel Ricciardo - On 2 September 2013 Ricciardo was revealed as the replacement for Mark Webber at Infiniti Red Bull Racing live on the Austrian television channel Servus TV


It was announced before the Italian Grand Prix that Daniel Ricciardo, the Toro Rosso driver, would replace Webber for the 2014 season, ending talk of Lotus' Kimi Räikkönen taking Webber's seat add something


Webber was signed on a one year contract extension while Vettel continued under his current multi-year agreement, ending at the end of 2014 add something


Daniel Ricciardo - After Mark Webber announced his retirement from Formula 1, Ricciardo was confirmed as his replacement at Infiniti Red Bull Racing for 2014


Scuderia Toro Rosso - However Ricciardo bounced back to take 10th and looked set for a move to Red Bull in 2014


Adrian Newey - On 8 June 2014, Red Bull Racing announced that Newey has extended his contract for the next few seasons giving Newey a wider responsibility including new Red Bull Technology projects


Daniil Kvyat - In October 2014 it was announced that Kvyat would be promoted to Red Bull in the season, to replace the quadruple world champion Sebastian Vettel


Scuderia Toro Rosso - However, on 3 October 2014, Red Bull Racing announced Sebastian Vettel's departure from the team, and stated that Kvyat would be promoted from Toro Rosso to pair with Daniel Ricciardo


Sebastian Vettel - On October 4, 2014, Red Bull Racing announced that Vettel would be leaving the team at the end of the season


Sebastian Vettel extended his contract with Infiniti Red Bull Racing until the end of 2015, despite interests in racing for Ferrari and Mercedes add something


Red Bull Junior Team - For 2015, Kvyat will move on to Red Bull Racing, taking the seat left vacant by Vettel, and he and Vergne were replaced by Max Verstappen, who joined the Red Bull Junior Team in August, 2014, and Carlos Sainz, Jr.


Daniil Kvyat - He will race for Red Bull in 2015


Scuderia Toro Rosso - Kvyat spent one season with Toro Rosso before being promoted to Red Bull, and the team elected to overhaul their lineup by signing Carlos Sainz, Jr. and Max Verstappen, who in 2015 is set to become the youngest driver in Formula One history at just 17 years old


In July 2015, various news outlets reported that Aston Martin may broker a deal that would allow Red Bull to use Mercedes power units from next season add something


For 2016 the Renault engines have development by the British company Ilmor in Brixworth add something


Renault in Formula One - In 2016, the Renault power units used by Red Bull would be badged as TAG Heuer


TAG Heuer - Starting in 2016, the Red Bull Racing Formula One team will run Renault engines branded as TAG Heuer, and TAG Heuer sponsorship will appear on the car near the engine


The team announced on the 17 March 2016, one day before the Australian Grand Prix weekend, that they had formed a new technology partnership with Aston Martin, for the new season add something


Daniil Kvyat - On 5 May 2016, Red Bull announced that Toro Rosso driver Max Verstappen would be replacing Kvyat from the , with Kvyat returning to STR. According to RBR Team Principal Christian Horner, "Dany will be able to continue his development at Toro Rosso, in a team that he is familiar with, giving him the chance to regain his form and show his potential


Renault in Formula One - Renault announced on 29 May 2016, that Red Bull GmBH had renewed their contract for a further 2 years for Red Bull Racing


Daniil Kvyat - On 24 July 2016, Izvestia announced that Red Bull Racing decided not to renew Kyvat's contract, thus potentially concluding Kyvat's Formula One career


In 2017, Red Bull retained their 2016 driver lineup and continued using TAG Heuer branded Renault engines add something


Daniel Ricciardo - He remains contracted to Red Bull for the 2017 season


Mobil 1 - In 2017, Mobil 1 switched to Red Bull Racing


Sebastien Ogier - In July 2017 he tested a Red Bull Racing RB7 at the Red Bull Ring in Austria


Honda - On 15 September 2017, after a winless campaign spanning three seasons without yielding a single podium and achieving a best finish of fifth place, McLaren announced their divorce from Honda, with the latter going on to sign a multi-year deal to supply Toro Rosso, the junior team of Red Bull Racing


On 25 September 2017, it was announced that Aston Martin became Red Bull's title sponsor and from 2018 the team will be known as Aston Martin Red Bull Racing add something


Ricciardo and Verstappen were both retained by the team for the 2018 season add something


TAG Heuer - In June 2018 Red Bull announced an agreement with Honda as their engine supplier for the 2019 and 2020 seasons, ending their partnership with Renault


Renault in Formula One - In June 2018, Red Bull announced they would use Honda engines from 2019 onwards


Honda in Formula One - On 19 June 2018, Red Bull Racing and Honda agreed on a two-year engine deal for the 2019 and 2020 seasons, thus ending Red Bull's 12-year engine partnership with Renault


On 3 August 2018, it was announced that Ricciardo would be leaving the team at the end of the season to join Renault, signing a two-year contract with them add something


Renault in Formula One - On 3 August 2018, it was announced that Red Bull Racing driver Daniel Ricciardo would be joining the team on a two-year deal to partner Hülkenberg


Preceding the Red Bull Racing confirmed they are to use Honda power units from 2019 to 2020, signing a two-year deal add something


Sebastien Buemi - Buemi was again announced as reserve driver for 2019 for Red Bull Racing


Honda in Formula One - Following a fairly successful season with Toro Rosso, Sister team Red Bull Racing agreed to take on Honda Engines for the 2019 season, in a controversial decision to see the Red Bull team become a works team for the first time in its existence, and giving it the chance to compete with rivals like Mercedes and Ferrari


Nico Hulkenberg - For the 2019 season, Nico Hülkenberg was joined at Renault by multiple Grand Prix winner Daniel Ricciardo, who was signed from Red Bull


During the Brazilian Grand Prix, after Verstappen had the lead, he clashed with rival Esteban Ocon, costing him the victory, After the race the drivers has a conflict, resulting in 2 days of Public Service, which he completed on 9 February 2019 add something