Nineteen wins and both world titles: Red Bull's season can be called incredible. The Milton Keynes-based team is dominating Formula 1 and saw Max Verstappen secure his third Drivers' title early on. Red Bull has already started working quickly on the car for 2024, but must also start looking cautiously at 2026.
That year sees major regulatory changes on the horizon, as the cars and engines are going to change completely. Red Bull will also be partnering with Ford from 2026, which will bring additional organizational applications. Team boss Christian Horner tells media including RacingNews365.com more about the trajectory.
"All good things come to an end, that's life," Horner refers to Red Bull's dominance. "Right now we don't want this season to end. However, 2026 is the next chapter for us and I don't think people understand what kind of challenge we face for that year. It takes away our control a little bit."
Horner thus lives in uncertainty, but at the same time touts his complete trust in Red Bull's capabilities. "We have two years and the team is fully attacking the new concept. The same goes for the chassis. In a hundred weeks we have to leave the pit lane with a rebellious design and a manufactured engine in the car. That is nerve-wracking and pleasant at the same time. We are on a good trajectory with great employees and a great culture. I'm already looking forward to it."