Christian Horner believes that a top 3 result in Friday’s qualifying is reachable for Red Bull.
- Red Bull lacks pace comparing to Mercedes at Monza as they have been behind in FP1.
- Horner admits that Red Bull is ready to challenge Mercedes.
What he had to say:
- “I think these next few races have never been strongholds for us, but I was looking at the times from last year only yesterday and we were close to a second off pole and it’s essentially the same car in many aspects,” he told Sky Sports.
- “Everyone is working incredibly hard, and to be back in a challenger position is what we’ve been striving for, for the last six or seven years.
- “So you feel that energy, that enjoyment and we know the next two races are going to be tough for us but everybody’s up for the challenge.”