Aston Martin Team Ambassador Pedro de la Rosa has conceded Red Bull's dominance is "humiliating" for the rest of the F1 grid.
Max Verstappen sent a message of intent with a stunning fightback victory from ninth on the grid at the Miami Grand Prix, finishing ahead of teammate Sergio Perez and Aston Martin's Fernando Alonso.
The result secured the fourth Red Bull one-two of the season after only five races, with Perez's issues in Australian Grand Prix qualifying the only blot in the copybook.
The commanding nature of the victories over the rest of the field has led to suggestions the Milton Keynes-based outfit could secure the win at every event this campaign, extending its gulf to the rest of the field past the 205-point margin to Ferrari last year.
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"I think everyone that has been in F1 for a long time realises how tough it is to win," former driver de la Rosa told the F1 Nation podcast.
"You should always be extremely proud of every victory, or every one-two in Red Bull's case - [they] should be celebrated in a special manner because you never know when the next one is going to come around.
"We are all here to stop this winning streak. It is very nice to see Red Bull celebrating but deep in my heart, it is also humiliating in a way, how they continuously celebrate one-twos and we are not able to stop them - I am talking about the whole F1 grid, not only about Aston Martin."
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