TEAM PROFILE: Will Red Bull seal the constructors' crown in 2022?


After a shaky start to the season that included a double DNF in Bahrain, Red Bull have gone from strength to strength and are really starting to flex their muscles. Max Verstappen hasn’t shown any signs of complacency or nerves as he sets about defending his world championship crown, while Sergio Perez has really found his feet in his second season with the team.

With so many unknowns heading into a year that contained such vast rule changes, Red Bull have done well to have picked up where they left off last year and look extremely quick at a whole variety of tracks. What they might be lacking in one-lap pace compared to their Ferrari rivals, they have more than made up for in race speed.

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Verstappen looks to have a different adversary to battle with this year, Ferrari replacing Mercedes as the quickest rivals on the grid and the one taking the fight to the Bulls. That’s the fight for the drivers’ title, but Red Bull Team Principal Christian Horner will have one eye on the elusive constructors’ crown which went to Mercedes last year – and with Perez in fine form, Red Bull look well-placed to chase both titles in 2022.

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