Award-winning F1 journalist, and former team manager, Peter Windsor thinks Red Bull are “just about at the limit of what you can do in these regulations”, so he expects Mercedes and Ferrari to catch up in 2023.
There’s no doubt that Red Bull was the most successful team when it came to adapting to the new Formula 1 regulations at the beginning of 2022.
However, award-winning F1 journalist, and former team manager, Peter Windsor thinks the Austrian team is already at the limit of how they can develop, so he expects their rivals to catch up to them in 2023.
“It doesn’t come down to resources, it doesn’t come down to money,” Windsor said during his Twitch stream.
“It comes down to talent and brainpower, which is why Red Bull are as good as they are because it’s ultimately Adrian Newey’s design team that creates that car.
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“The logical thing to say is that Ferrari will be a bit nearer Red Bull probably.
“Red Bull are pretty near the ceiling [of the new regulations], and Ferrari and Mercedes are going to get somewhere near Red Bull, because Red Bull haven’t got a lot more scope with which to play.
“They’re just about at the limit of what you can do in these regulations.
“That’s the way I see it,” the Briton concluded.