Christian Horner has been reflecting on Red Bull's journey to winning the 2022 Constructors' Championship in an emotional video released by the team.
Following Max Verstappen's victory in the Drivers' Championship last time out in Japan, the Milton Keynes-based squad clinched the Constructors' title at the United States Grand Prix.
It proved to be a poignant weekend for the team, with the victory coming one day after the passing of Red Bull founder Dietrich Mateschitz.
In footage shared by the squad following their win, Horner praises their hard work as clips are shown of various members of the outfit working in different departments.
"They've really risen to this challenge this year, and it's something that every member of the team can be very, very proud of," Horner says, before dedicating the championships to Mateschitz at the end of the video.
Check out the video below, along with photos of the team's celebrations...
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