Sky Sports is set to travel to Red Bull’s Milton Keynes factory to clear the air following their fallout in Mexico last month.
Red Bull enforced a blackout on the British broadcaster after taking issue with how it spoke about the team through its shows and segments.
The matter came to light after Red Bull was made aware of comments delivered by Ted Kravitz, who stated that Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton was “robbed” of the 2021 title.
Red Bull insisted that Kravitz’s comment, which was made at the US Grand Prix, was not the sole reason for its boycott – rather it was the final straw for the team.
According to the Daily Mail, personnel from the Sky Sports production team are set to travel to Red Bull’s factory on Monday to draw a line under the scenario.
Red Bull is set to return to communications with Sky Sports in Brazil this weekend, after not providing interviews following qualifying and the race last time out in Mexico.
Russell teases Red Bull over boycott
Mercedes’ George Russell teased Red Bull at the weekend regarding the boycott that was implemented by the team.
F1 hosted a launch party in Las Vegas ahead of next year’s inaugural Las Vegas Grand Prix, with Sky Sports commentator David Croft interviewing some drivers in front of a crowd.
Russell quipped to Croft when asked if he was allowed to ask Sergio Perez (who was also in attendance in Las Vegas) questions at the event: “Yes, I am tonight. I’ve got special permission, so don’t start on me!”
After Croft asked Perez if he was allowed to answer, the Mexican driver said: “They [Red Bull] are not here!”
Sky Sports currently holds rights to broadcast F1 exclusively in the UK and Ireland until 2029, having recently extended its deal with the sport.