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Christian Horner

Horner looks to F1 greats as Red Bull achieves more titles

The privateer entry has been one of the only teams that has been able to challenge for championships in recent years, alongside big car brands Mercedes and Ferrari.

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While Max Verstappen has stated that he is not overly concerned about breaking records, Red Bull team boss Christian Horner takes a different view when presented with the all-time list of successful teams in F1.

The team took both the Drivers' and Constructors' title in 2022, the latter being for the first time since 2013. With that Red Bull now move to sixth in the all-time list of winning Constructors' and look set to move further up the order in years to come.

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F1 Constructors' Champions

# Team Number of Constructors' Titles
1. Ferrari 16
2. Williams 9
3. McLaren 8
4. Mercedes 8
5. Lotus 7
6. Red Bull 5
7. Cooper 2
8. Brabham 2
9. Renault 2

Horner: This is very special

When presented with these stats, Horner said that it was special to see the privateer team ranked among some of the all-time great car brands associated with F1.

"Of course these kinds of records matter, especially when you look at the teams you are compared to," Horner told talkSPORT .

"That is very special, all the more because we are still a very young team. What we have achieved in a short time is extraordinary and proof of the dedication of everyone within Red Bull."

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