Pink Bull can be confronted with totally different challenges at Silverstone throughout subsequent weekend’s British Grand Prix, in keeping with group principal Christian Horner.
5 straight victories have seen Pink Bull take management of the constructors’ championship, with Max Verstappen successful 4 of these — and the final three in a row — to additionally lead the drivers’ standings. After a dominant show from Pink Bull within the two races in Austria, Horner says the totally different circuit and Dash qualifying at Silverstone will check the group in one other approach.
“Silverstone could have totally different challenges, with the introduction of the dash race and a unique format that weekend,” Horner stated. “Mercedes have been dominant there lately and Lewis (Hamilton) has gone properly there as properly, so we anticipate it to be an enormous problem.
“Silverstone is the following problem on the calendar and I feel it’s a problem with the dash race as properly. We all know it’s such a stronghold for Mercedes, and it’s going to be fascinating to see if we are able to take this type into what’s our subsequent house race. We’ve actually discovered an excellent working window with the automobile over the previous few races, and hopefully we are able to work inside that window in Silverstone.”
Mercedes will deliver what Toto Wolff says can be its remaining improve of the season to the British Grand Prix, however Horner says there isn’t a choice but on precisely when Pink Bull will flip its full consideration to its 2022 automobile.
“Look, you’ve obtained to go week by week and race by race and the group is doing an excellent job of balancing this yr and subsequent in the mean time. It’s nothing new, however quite a bit is being manufactured from it in current weeks. We’ve had huge regulation modifications up to now and also you’ve simply obtained to steadiness your useful resource and apply it to the one you want probably the most. I feel the group are working extremely arduous, extraordinarily properly and successfully.”