Juri Vips

Red Bull driver returns to racing after racial slur controversy

Juri Vips, the former reserve driver for Red Bull’s Formula 1 team, is set to embark on a new chapter in his racing career by making his IndyCar debut with Rahal Letterman Lanigan for the remainder of the 2023 season.  This opportunity marks Vips’ return to competitive racing after a tumultuous period that saw his


Helmut Marko unhappy as Red Bull struggle to sign Pierre Gasly replacement

Red Bull adviser, Dr Helmut Marko, is left wondering why Colton Herta’s performances in IndyCar have not been enough to earn him a super license. Herta competed in the MSA Formula Championship in 2015, and he partnered Lando Norris in the Carlin team, eventually finishing third in the championship. The American’s rise through American single


Helmut Marko indicates Red Bull fired Juri Vips because of ‘global trends’

Juri Vips’ racing career is one full of uncertainty at the moment, following on from the offensive language he used whilst streaming live on Twitch last month. The Estonian driver was seen saying a racial slur whilst playing a video game in front of his viewers, something which has resulted in swift action from Red Bull Racing. Vips, who


Red Bull appoint new reserve driver after controversial incident

Carlin Formula 2 driver Liam Lawson has been chosen to replace Juri Vips as Red Bull’s reserve driver after the Estonian was sacked for using racist language. Vips was gaming on a livestream with Lawson when he used the slur, as well as alleged homophobic language, and he was immediately suspended by Red Bull. The

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