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Christian Horner

Horner issues warning to rivals amid dominant winning streak

Red Bull has been unchallenged this year and its form doesn't look to be dipping anytime soon

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Red Bull Team Principal Christian Horner has asserted that his team will do everything it can to ensure its winning streak in Formula 1 extends for as long as possible.

Last time out at the Italian Grand Prix, Red Bull won its 15th race in a row as it continues to add to the tally for most consecutive victories for a team, with the current run stretching back to the 2022 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.

In addition, Max Verstappen took his 10th win on the bounce, setting a record for most consecutive wins for a driver as Red Bull threatens to become the first team to win every Grand Prix in a World Championship season.

Despite its long-lasting dominance at the front of the field, Horner is under no illusion of thinking its streak will continue for a long time to come.

"One day we're going to get beaten," he told media including RacingNews365.

"That's inevitable and a guarantee there's just a question of when."

Horner's warning

However, Horner says that Red Bull will utilise all of its resources to ensure its run will keep going in the races to come.

"Obviously, we want to make the 'when' as far away as we can," he added.

"I think that with every weekend that goes past, there becomes more expectation to keep this amazing run of results.

"I mean, to think that we've won all 14 Grands Prix [in 2023] and 24 of the last 25 Grands Prix we've managed to win as a team, it's quite incredible that we've managed to keep this momentum going as long as we can."

The only driver to defeat Red Bull since the 2022 French Grand Prix when this run began was George Russell who headed a Mercedes one-two in the 2022 Sao Paulo Grand Prix.

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