Crimson Bull has gained all 12 races earlier than the summer season break, making the prospect of the crew profitable each race in 2023 more and more believable.
The latest Belgian Grand Prix confirmed there is no such thing as a finish in sight but for Crimson Bull’s dominance, with Max Verstappen ending 32 seconds away from the primary non-Crimson Bull automotive of Charles Leclerc within the Ferrari.
However whereas followers and observers are determined to see extra groups problem Crimson Bull regularly, crew boss Horner has mentioned he’s having fun with the crew’s zenith after years of attempting to dethrone Mercedes and reclaim its dominant place final seen throughout its Sebastian Vettel period.
When requested if part of him hoped to be challenged extra after Verstappen took his eighth consecutive win at Spa, Horner replied: “There’s not one ounce of me that needs that. I feel I am nonetheless in restoration from 2021.
“And look, outcomes like [Spa] are the mixture of teamwork and that is why you guys have seen Greg [Reeson], our storage technician that appears after all of the tyres within the storage, to go and get the constructors’ trophy at present.
“As a result of it is about each member of the crew, each division within the manufacturing unit doing their job, you do not obtain these sorts of outcomes accidentally.
“I feel that it is a golden second for our crew. Hats off to all people behind the scenes, all people that is working as arduous as they’re to attain this type of efficiency.
Max Verstappen, Crimson Bull Racing, Sergio Perez, Crimson Bull Racing
Photograph by: Erik Junius
Horner added: “It is phenomenal to enter the summer season break unbeaten in each GPs and sprints. It is past all people’s wildest creativeness to be in sitting on this place now.”
Whereas Horner refuses to publicly contemplate Crimson Bull’s possibilities of profitable the remaining 10 races and changing into the primary F1 crew in historical past to remain unbeaten throughout a season, Crimson Bull advisor Helmut Marko admitted it’s not out of the query.
“When you assume logically, then no,” he replied when Autosport requested him if a clear sweep was on the playing cards. “However we by no means thought that we might win the primary 12 races both, so now I’ve to say: why not?
“I did not count on [Red Bull’s dominance] in any respect. We have simply developed our personal automotive and we have been truthfully shocked that the others didn’t do job as a result of each Mercedes and Ferrari didn’t make a step ahead. That’s the reason we’re to date forward now.
“The opposition behind us retains altering. One time it’s Ferrari, one time it’s McLaren after which it is Aston Martin or Mercedes who’s behind us.”
Further reporting by Erwin Jaeggi and Ronald Vording