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Horner: There’s “more to come” for 2022 F1 cars

BARCELONA, SPAIN – FEBRUARY 24: Red Bull Racing Team Principal Christian Horner in the garage during Day Two of F1 Testing at Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya on February 24, 2022 in Barcelona, Spain. (Photo by Eric Alonso/Getty Images)

Red Bull Racing team principal Christian Horner believes there’s “more to come” in terms of developments for the new cars.

Formula 1 introduced new technical regulations for the 2022 season, hoping to improve racing and reduce the gaps between big and small teams.

This means that the field underwent a ‘reset’, as Nicholas Latifi puts it. Horner admitted to RacingNews365 that there is more to come and that changes should be seen already by the first race in Bahrain.

“I think there’s more to come,” he said.

“We’re just scratching the surface of the potential of these cars, so I think you’ll see another step in Bahrain.”

“I think there’ll be quite a steep curve [with the] new [regulations].

“I think that every week we’re finding more performance, and you’ve got to think there’s going to be close to one second and a half to two seconds with the development during the course of the year.”

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