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Formula 1 News: Mercedes will regain winning speed, warns Horner

Formula 1 News: Mercedes will soon find race-winning speed and 'bounce back,' warns Red Bull chief Christian Horner

Formula 1 News: The team chief of Red Bull made a remark on his rival team. The Mercedes team finished behind the two teams- Ferrari and Christian Horner’s team, Red Bull, last weekend in Bahrain. Despite lagging in position, Christian Horner has cautioned that the constructors’ champions, Mercedes will rebound and come back with a race-winning pace.

After the exhibition of a “brutal” double-DNF in the first Formula 1 race in the Bahrain Grand Prix last weekend, Christian Horner’s Red Bull squad arrived in Saudi Arabia with zero points. Both the Red Bull cars had outpaced the Mercedes – while Max Verstappen had separated the Ferrari drivers. And, he was gunning for the race lead.

When asked about his personal opinions on his rivals, the Mercedes squad’s chances of causing concerns for his team later this season, Christian Horner made some remarks. He said that he thinks when you look at their(Mercedes’) car on track, it definitely does not look simple for their drivers at the moment.

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Formula 1 News: Mercedes will soon find race-winning speed and ‘bounce back,’ warns Red Bull chief Christian Horner

Formula 1 News: Mercedes will regain winning speed, warns Horner
Formula 1 News: Mercedes will regain winning speed, warns Horner

However, he said he does know that they have the ability and power to “bounce back.” He added that earlier too, they have had to face difficulty in pre-season, but then they went ahead and then won the first race.

And, that is the reason he does not think a clear picture can be figured out until three or four races take place, he said. In addition, the regulations for 2022 are entirely new in Formula 1 and they are “immature”. So, the growth rate is going to be very quick. He said the development rate will be “steep.”

According to him, the Mercedes team is extremely powerful. And, a team like Mercedes, which possesses excellent strength and depth, will be successful in ‘bouncing back’ exceedingly fast. Particularly, if they are on the “back foot.”

Christian Horner said it was evident that Ferrari was a step ahead of Red Bull last time out that came with his team’s double-retirement in Bahrain Grand Prix last weekend.

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Formula 1 News: Mercedes will regain winning speed, warns Horner
Formula 1 News: Mercedes will regain winning speed, warns Horner

But, the team chief is holding on to the confidence he has in his car. He is optimistic about the Red Bull team’s RB18 car’s potential and ability to fight in all the upcoming 22 race weeks, starting with this weekend’s Saudi Arabian Grand Prix.

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The Formula 1 2022 campaign is an “incredibly long” season. A total of 22 races are left to be hosted and held for the season. And, as per Christian Horner, what his team requires right now is to get to the top of whatever the problem was. And, come back “stronger” in the next race at Saudi Arabia, he said.

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Red Bull, along with Williams, McLarens, and Aston Martin, failed to score any points in the Bahrain race. And, they had to vacate the grid empty-handed. Now, as the season advances, they look forward to putting more numbers on the board.

Formula 1 News: The team chief of Red Bull made a remark on his rival team. The Mercedes team finished behind the two teams- Ferrari and Christian Horner’s team, Red Bull, last weekend in Bahrain. Despite lagging in position, Christian Horner has cautioned that the constructors’ champions, Mercedes will rebound and come back with a race-winning pace.

After the exhibition of a “brutal” double-DNF in the first Formula 1 race in the Bahrain Grand Prix last weekend, Christian Horner’s Red Bull squad arrived in Saudi Arabia with zero points. Both the Red Bull cars had outpaced the Mercedes – while Max Verstappen had separated the Ferrari drivers. And, he was gunning for the race lead.

When asked about his personal opinions on his rivals, the Mercedes squad’s chances of causing concerns for his team later this season, Christian Horner made some remarks. He said that he thinks when you look at their(Mercedes’) car on track, it definitely does not look simple for their drivers at the moment.

READ MORE: Formula 1 News: 5 things to know before the Saudi Arabian GP

Formula 1 News: Mercedes will soon find race-winning speed and ‘bounce back,’ warns Red Bull chief Christian Horner

Formula 1 News: Mercedes will regain winning speed, warns Horner
Formula 1 News: Mercedes will regain winning speed, warns Horner

However, he said he does know that they have the ability and power to “bounce back.” He added that earlier too, they have had to face difficulty in pre-season, but then they went ahead and then won the first race.

And, that is the reason he does not think a clear picture can be figured out until three or four races take place, he said. In addition, the regulations for 2022 are entirely new in Formula 1 and they are “immature”. So, the growth rate is going to be very quick. He said the development rate will be “steep.”

According to him, the Mercedes team is extremely powerful. And, a team like Mercedes, which possesses excellent strength and depth, will be successful in ‘bouncing back’ exceedingly fast. Particularly, if they are on the “back foot.”

Christian Horner said it was evident that Ferrari was a step ahead of Red Bull last time out that came with his team’s double-retirement in Bahrain Grand Prix last weekend.

READ MORE: Saudi Arabian GP: Preview, Schedule and live stream details

Formula 1 News: The primary focus of Red Bull is to “come back stronger,” says Christian Horner

Formula 1 News: Mercedes will regain winning speed, warns Horner
Formula 1 News: Mercedes will regain winning speed, warns Horner

But, the team chief is holding on to the confidence he has in his car. He is optimistic about the Red Bull team’s RB18 car’s potential and ability to fight in all the upcoming 22 race weeks, starting with this weekend’s Saudi Arabian Grand Prix.

The Formula 1 2022 campaign is an “incredibly long” season. A total of 22 races are left to be hosted and held for the season. And, as per Christian Horner, what his team requires right now is to get to the top of whatever the problem was. And, come back “stronger” in the next race at Saudi Arabia, he said.

Red Bull, along with Williams, McLarens, and Aston Martin, failed to score any points in the Bahrain race. And, they had to vacate the grid empty-handed. Now, as the season advances, they look forward to putting more numbers on the board.

Formula 1 News: The team chief of Red Bull made a remark on his rival team. The Mercedes team finished behind the two teams- Ferrari and Christian Horner’s team, Red Bull, last weekend in Bahrain. Despite lagging in position, Christian Horner has cautioned that the constructors’ champions, Mercedes will rebound and come back with a race-winning pace.

After the exhibition of a “brutal” double-DNF in the first Formula 1 race in the Bahrain Grand Prix last weekend, Christian Horner’s Red Bull squad arrived in Saudi Arabia with zero points. Both the Red Bull cars had outpaced the Mercedes – while Max Verstappen had separated the Ferrari drivers. And, he was gunning for the race lead.

When asked about his personal opinions on his rivals, the Mercedes squad’s chances of causing concerns for his team later this season, Christian Horner made some remarks. He said that he thinks when you look at their(Mercedes’) car on track, it definitely does not look simple for their drivers at the moment.

READ MORE: Formula 1 News: 5 things to know before the Saudi Arabian GP

Formula 1 News: Mercedes will soon find race-winning speed and ‘bounce back,’ warns Red Bull chief Christian Horner

Formula 1 News: Mercedes will regain winning speed, warns Horner
Formula 1 News: Mercedes will regain winning speed, warns Horner

However, he said he does know that they have the ability and power to “bounce back.” He added that earlier too, they have had to face difficulty in pre-season, but then they went ahead and then won the first race.

And, that is the reason he does not think a clear picture can be figured out until three or four races take place, he said. In addition, the regulations for 2022 are entirely new in Formula 1 and they are “immature”. So, the growth rate is going to be very quick. He said the development rate will be “steep.”

According to him, the Mercedes team is extremely powerful. And, a team like Mercedes, which possesses excellent strength and depth, will be successful in ‘bouncing back’ exceedingly fast. Particularly, if they are on the “back foot.”

Christian Horner said it was evident that Ferrari was a step ahead of Red Bull last time out that came with his team’s double-retirement in Bahrain Grand Prix last weekend.

READ MORE: Saudi Arabian GP: Preview, Schedule and live stream details

Formula 1 News: The primary focus of Red Bull is to “come back stronger,” says Christian Horner

Formula 1 News: Mercedes will regain winning speed, warns Horner
Formula 1 News: Mercedes will regain winning speed, warns Horner

But, the team chief is holding on to the confidence he has in his car. He is optimistic about the Red Bull team’s RB18 car’s potential and ability to fight in all the upcoming 22 race weeks, starting with this weekend’s Saudi Arabian Grand Prix.

The Formula 1 2022 campaign is an “incredibly long” season. A total of 22 races are left to be hosted and held for the season. And, as per Christian Horner, what his team requires right now is to get to the top of whatever the problem was. And, come back “stronger” in the next race at Saudi Arabia, he said.

Red Bull, along with Williams, McLarens, and Aston Martin, failed to score any points in the Bahrain race. And, they had to vacate the grid empty-handed. Now, as the season advances, they look forward to putting more numbers on the board.

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