Red Bull F1 Leaders “7 wins in 9 races can be said to” dominate “the season”[F1-Gate .com]

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Helmut Marko, Red Bull F1’s motorsport adviser, believes Red Bull Racing will “dominate” F1 in 2022, although he is wary of reliability concerns.

Max Verstappen won his sixth win of the season at the F1 Canadian Grand Prix. This was also a six-first win for Red Bull Racing. As a result, the total Constructors’ Championship has been increased to 304 points, expanding its advantage to 76 points over Ferrari.

In addition, the fate of Max Verstappen is improving rapidly. Following two DNFs in his first three races, he was 45 points ahead of his rival Charles Leclerc, but now it’s a 49-point lead.

Helmut Marko pointed out that Max Verstappen’s lead represents “how fast F1 can turn around”, but recent forms and streak have been dominated by Red Bull Racing so far. I think it shows that I am.

“The important thing is to end and avoid these reliability issues,” Helmut Marko said.

“There was also a sprint race, which was a great help in accumulating points.”

“We’re doing an incredible run right now. We’ve usually been chasing in the first half of the season, but now we’re dominant.”

“If you win seven of the first nine races, you have to say it’s dominance.”

Red Bull Racing is enjoying the best start of the F1 season since 2011, when Sebastian Vettel won six of the first eight races in the middle of an overwhelming victory in both championships.

But earlier this year, Red Bull Racing still had credibility concerns. Max Verstappen was unable to finish in Bahrain and Australia due to fuel line issues, and teammate Sergio Perez retired early due to gearbox issues at the previous Canadian Grand Prix.

“If you have a car that’s almost reaching its limits, reliability is always a concern,” Herut Marco said.

“I’ve seen it in Ferrari. Only Mercedes doesn’t have a technical DNF yet, but they had to lift in some races due to overheating issues.”

Red Bull Racing will investigate what happened to Sergio Perez’s gearbox in Canada, but team representative Christian Horner said, “It looked like a gearbox failure.”

“It was certainly something on the driveline. The engine looks fine,” said Christian Horner.

“Therefore, it’s hard to say until we get it back, but what’s suspicious is the gearbox.”

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