Red Bull boss Christian Horner frustrated by Ferrari heading into Canadian Grand Prix

F1 news

CHRISTIAN HORNER has admitted he was pissed off with Ferrari as his Purple Bull workforce has dominated in latest races.

Sergio Perez extends contract with Purple Bull Racing till 2024

We use your sign-up to supply content material in methods you have consented to and to enhance our understanding of you. This will embody adverts from us and third events primarily based on our understanding. You’ll be able to unsubscribe at any time. Extra information

Purple Bull boss Christian Horner has admitted he was disenchanted after world champion Max Verstappen was handed the win in Baku as Ferrari star Charles Leclerc failed to complete on the Azerbaijan Grand Prix. Purple Bull completed with a one-two final weekend to take management of the 2 championships.

Purple Bull have discovered type and turned the warmth up on their rivals, and it feels as if Ferrari wouldn’t have the substance to struggle again. Ferrari suffered a disappointing double-DNF resulting from reliability for the primary time since 2009 on Sunday, with Carlos Sainz struggling a hydraulics failure whereas Leclerc retired.

Whereas Perez handed Leclerc within the first nook of the race, an early pit cease beneath digital security automobile following Sainz’s retirement put the Monegasque driver on a unique technique. On lap 20, Leclerc’s energy unit failed simply as an thrilling battle between the 2 gifted drivers was starting to develop, and Verstappen was left to steer his team-mate to a snug one-two with the Dutchman profitable at a canter.

Although Ferrari and Leclerc have secured pole place at every of the final 4 races, Horner admitted he’s pissed off by Ferrari’s unreliability. The 48-year-old mentioned: “I feel pace-wise, Ferrari have been fast and positively on Saturdays they’ve dominated, however we now have capitalised on their misfortune.

READ MORE: Ferrari blasted for ‘screwing issues up’ as Sainz despatched Leclerc warning

Red Bull boss Christian Horner frustrated by Ferrari heading into Canadian Grand Prix

Christian Horner has lamented the unreliability of Ferrari after the Azerbaijan Grand Prix (Picture: GETTY)

“It’s a nice disgrace in lots of respects that the race did not fairly pan out as a result of I do assume we had a great race automobile right this moment and I feel we’d have overwhelmed Charles strategically on the route we had picked as effectively.”

Purple Bull left the Australian Grand Prix, the third race of the season, chasing Ferrari by 49 factors whereas Verstappen was 46 behind Leclerc. Nonetheless, Verstappen now leads Leclerc by 34 factors simply 5 races later – and Ferrari path Purple Bull by 80.

Lewis Hamilton launches staunch defence of latest Sky Sports activities pundit
F1 information: Horner’s Hamilton dig, Norris defends Lewis
Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc out to interrupt odd Canadian GP file

Red Bull boss Christian Horner frustrated by Ferrari heading into Canadian Grand Prix

Christian Horner and Max Verstappen rejoice after the Dutchman received the Azerbaijan Grand Prix (Picture: GETTY)

Whereas Purple Bull have taken the chequered flag in every race since Melbourne, Horner refused to get carried away heading into this weekend’s Canadian Grand Prix in Montreal. Horner added: “The vital factor on their misfortune is that we capitalised on that and we banked the factors.

“Clearly, the championships look wholesome in the intervening time however we will see how shortly that may change.”

The 22-race F1 2022 marketing campaign continues with the Canadian Grand Prix across the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve on June 19.


Rate author
F1 News
Add a comment