Former team boss Eddie Jordan has claimed Adrian Newey believes the evolution of Red Bull's RB19 into the 2024 will mean rivals cannot catch up.
Red Bull has dominated the current campaign, taking 16 of 17 wins, only coming unstuck in Singapore, with Max Verstappen winning 14 times on his way to a third World Championship.
The team wrapped up the Constructors' title in Japan in a season its nearest rivals have fluctuated from race to race with none of Mercedes, Ferrari, Aston Martin or McLaren able to put together a sustained challenge over a number of Grands Prix.
As reigning champions, Red Bull will receive a lower CFD and wind-tunnel allocation than any other team - but the former Jordan Grand Prix boss has shared Newey's thinking as the RB20 is developed at its Milton Keynes base.
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Jordan's Newey claim
"I was at a function the other night with Adrian Newey, we are cyclists who cycle a lot together in Cape Town," four-time Grand Prix winning boss Jordan explained to Talksport.
"Adrian feels that the evolution of what they've got at the moment is going to be so difficult for anyone to catch up with.
"So folks out there, please prepare yourself for a boring time or an exciting time depending on whether you are a Red Bull fan next year."