Christian Horner has spoken of Red Bull's "determination" to achieve an historic 100th Formula 1 win at the Canadian Grand Prix.
The team have been victorious at every race so far in 2023, with championship leader Max Verstappen claiming five wins while teammate Sergio Perez has taken two.
Despite this, Horner insists that the squad are not getting carried away and believes that they can continue to learn lessons from each Grand Prix weekend.
"We've learned from [the Spanish Grand Prix] – did we start the race on the right tyres? Was a Soft tyre a better tyre for the first stint?" Horner told Sky Sports F1.
"So that's one of the lessons to take away and for us to analyse where we [can] be better with the car. I think we're just taking things one weekend at a time, one session at a time and not projecting too far ahead."
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'Different challenge' at Canada
The next stop on the 2023 F1 calendar is the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, a track that Horner feels could pose a "different challenge" for the team as they look to secure win number 100.
"Canada is a unique circuit," the Team Principal explained.
"It's always great racing there. I think that it's a different challenge. It's a lot of low-speed stuff, a couple of high-speed chicanes.
"But Checo's run well there before, as has Max, and I think that weather can always be a factor there as well.
"We're heading there on 99 victories now, so there's a determination to try and get the century at the next one."