Red Bull team principal Christian Horner recently shed light on the shocking scenes witnessed by fans of the sport in Bahrain from Red Bull.
During the closing stages of the Bahrain Grand Prix, the Red Bull team rode solid points in the points as Max and Sergio attempted to beat the two red-blooded Ferraris.
However, things changed dramatically for the team when both Max and Sergio left the opening race of the 2022 season with a mechanical issue. Bahrain’s result came as a shock not only to Red Bull but to Formula 1 fans in general.
The Saudi Arabian Grand Prix takes place next weekend and Christian Horner has welcomed the idea as he believes it will give Red Bull a chance to recover immediately.
The team will do everything in their power to find a cure for the horror ahead of this Sunday’s Grand Prix.Male cat” persisted in Bahrain.
The Bahrain result dampened the good spirits the Red Bull team had after Bahrain, but they are very determined to change their fortunes during this Sunday’s Grand Prix.
Christian Horner is happy that the second race is coming up next weekend
During Horner’s recent interview, it was suggested that it would be difficult for the team to fully diagnose the RB18 with race two being a week away. To everyone’s surprise, Horner said: “Actually I prefer it this weekend so I don’t have to wait two weeks with the hangover of this result.”
“The encouraging thing is that we were within a tenth [of a second] Pole, we fought with Charles [Leclerc] It was a great race for a win.“
“The regulations look like they created better races and disappointed that they didn’t finish on the podium.”
While speaking about RB 18’s problems in Bahrain, Horner has also hinted that the problem came “out of the blue” for the team and an investigation into it is ongoing.
“We disassemble the cars and get in, whatever the problem was‘ Horner adds
“I suspect it is similar for both because the symptoms looked very similar.”
“All we have to do is get the cars back, disassemble the fuel system and understand because we know the fuel was in there.”
Christian Horner and the Red Bull team are very keen to resolve the issues in Bahrain as they are aware that the 2022 title race will be close this season and they don’t want to catch up throughout the season season, but prefer to take the lead before all other nine teams.
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