Red Bull enjoyed a great evening in Jeddah as Max Verstappen won the race ahead of Ferrari Charles Leclerc and Carlo Sainz. But after that Yuki Tsunodas Incident with their powertrains, Red Bull still have massive reliability issues that could haunt them in the coming season.
Yuki Tsunoda missed the 2022 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix after his AlphaTauri AT03 stalled on the track. The car had some engine problems and stopped before the formation lap of the feature race, disqualifying the Japanese driver from the race.
The driver described it as a pity that the team has not yet found an ideal solution to his engine problems. That comes after Max Verstappen, Sergio Perez suffered a retirement during the 2022 Bahrain Grand Prix.
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Yuki Tsunoda questions Red Bull powertrain engine issues
Yuki Tsunoda stopped in the final minutes of free practice after apparently suffering engine failure. As the Japanese’s AT03 came to a halt on the track, it delivered the message “Lost engine, lost engine!‘ and the engineers knew it was too late to address the issue. And the new Red Bull powertrains are causing a stir again.
He said in his post-race interview: “It’s such a shame to have these problems two laps in a row. We cannot go on like this, we need to fix this issue as soon as possible, a reliability issue to get more consistent results.”
Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez had fuel pump problems at the Bahrain Grand Prix. Whilst teammate Pierre Gasly suffered a major fire following an engine-related issue in the same race.
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