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Horner: 'Winning all remaining races difficult, but not impossible'

Horner: 'Winning all remaining races difficult, but not impossible'

19 September - 09:21 Last update: 12:45
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With Red Bull Racing's current RB18, Max Verstappen's team seems unbeatable. It makes one wonder if the team is going to be beaten in the remaining six races this year. According to team boss Christian Horner, that is a massive ask.

The team boss spoke to Motorsport.com and indicated that winning the next six races might be a lot to ask, but the medium also writes that Horner does not consider it impossible. Lewis Hamilton after the race in Italy gave some impetus to the idea that Red Bull will be unbeatable in 2022. According to the Briton, it is going to be almost impossible to catch Red Bull and Verstappen. Conversely, Horner says it is going to be very difficult to win all the remaining races.

All-race win for Red Bull not impossible

The first race on the programme in Singapore is immediately also going to be the toughest test according to Horner. If the team wins there, there is a significant chance that Red Bull will remain undefeated for the rest of the season. Horner says: " It will be one of the tougher races." The difference between the two consecutive races is particularly stark. Singapore has the most corners, while Monza is known for its long straights. In addition, Singapore is a street circuit, which makes it a very different challenge.

Winning all six races ahead does not seem to be a priority for the team boss. However, Horner does say they are in a great position to take the title. As long as the team keeps performing, the points will come naturally. So Horner expects a challenge in Singapore, but does not think it will be impossible to win. Indeed, the Briton looks at wins at Spa, Zandvoort, Monza and Budapest and draws the conclusion that Red Bull is capable of taking wins at very different circuits.

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