Red Bull Racing responded strongly after Max Verstappen retired in Australia. The Austrian squad managed to get as many points as possible through Max Verstappen. Sergio Perez also contributed well. Still, Dr. Helmut Marko does not say that Red Bull is now the best team.
Verstappen scored the so-called Big bangs At Imola, by winning both qualifying, sprint and grand prix. He also earned an extra point for the fastest lap of the race. It was an excellent comeback after a painful DNF in Melbourne. Perez also did a great job in Italy, finishing third in the Sprint and finishing second in the main race. It was Red Bull’s first dual race since Malaysia 2016. Milton Keynes arguably had their best weekend race of all time, based on the combined performance of both drivers on all three race days. However, Marko suddenly does not want to talk about the best team on the grid.
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Marco: Perez is getting better
“I wouldn’t dare say we are the best team,” Marko said. Sports 1† However, the man from Graz sees special steps being taken with Perez, who has done a lot better this season than last year. “Last year we already had the fastest man with Max and now Perez is better, he integrates better into the team and understands the car better,” said Marko. This, combined with the competitive RB18, ensured there was no one to two appearances, according to Red Bull’s chief adviser.
One two is a “logical consequence” according to Marco
The much-needed Imola from Verstappen and Pérez was Red Bull’s first in years, but Marko already saw it coming. “One-two is a logical consequence at some point,” he says.
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