Is Red Bull bluffing?

"Maybe they want to put pressure on the whole championship with this threat of taking their two structures off the grid, which would be a tremendous blow."

Is-Red-Bull-bluffing?

Helmult Marko's style is well known. As the racing right-hand man of the big boss at Red Bull, he doesn't beat around the bush. He is forceful in his statements and expeditious in his decisions. There are many pilots in his quarry who can record it (ask Jaime Alguersuari), so every time he jumps to the fore to pronounce on a question more than one starts to tremble. On the goodbye of Honda, the bombshell news of the week in Formula 1, to begin with, has discredited the boss of his team, Christian Horner, by stating that those who are aware of what is truly important and make the decisions are the boss Mateschitz and the same. Come on, Horner was to see them come with the scared of the Japanese.

Beyond this empowerment in the ranks, Marko is not short and makes it clear that among the future options they contemplate is abandoning the great prizes. That if necessary, they would pass the Agreement of Concord through the triumphal arch, in the event of not finding a satisfactory alternative to replace the Japanese engines. Is it a bluff? It could be, perhaps they intend to pressure the entire championship with this threat of taking their two structures off the grid, which would be a tremendous blow for the specialty. In any case, and seeing how the world is, nothing should be ruled out beforehand. Red Bull is still an energy drink company and must also observe the evolution of its business in a global context conditioned by the pandemic. They say they will study all the options and then decide. What we do know is that anything can be expected from these Austrians ...



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