Guenther Steiner believes that Formula 1 fans should not "jump to conclusions" over the idea that Red Bull will dominate the rest of the 2023 season.
The first five races of the campaign have gone in the Milton Keynes-based team's favour, with Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez claiming three and two Grand Prix wins respectively.
When asked about the possibility of some fans viewing the season so far as "boring", Steiner stated that he does not see it this way.
Season so far 'opposite' of boring, says Steiner
"I find the opposite," Steiner told media, including RacingNews365.com.
"It's not boring for me. I think there [has been] enough action.
"Obviously, Baku was not the most exciting race we had this year. But there [were] a lot of races [that] were exciting.
"You maybe see that the Red Bulls are strong, but there's a lot of other things going on as well. We [should not] forget about that."
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Steiner expects another team to win
Steiner feels that, with 18 races still remaining in the schedule, it is still too early to predict the outcome of the championship.
"I am believer that, at some stage, somebody will catch up with Red Bull and there will be a fight," the Haas Team Principal added.
"We always jump to conclusions after a few races: 'Oh, it's all over now'.
"No – I would be a little bit more patient."
When asked if he expects another team to win in 2023, Steiner answered: "Yeah, I think another team will probably win this year."
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