REVEALED: Why Red Bull isn’t copying Mercedes’ Formula 1 engine strategy

Red Bull and Mercedes pushed each other to the limit in the intense battle for the championship. The Silver Arrows have no problem getting new aggregates as they would bring good results. But their competitors from Milton-Keynes limit the use of new engines, because team advisor Dr. Helmut Marko believes that those who use them are stable.

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With two more races before the end of the season, Red Bull hopes to keep the Silver Arrows ahead and end their dominance in the sport.

Red Bull will stick to its engine plans

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The perfect balance between durability and performance can make a team’s weekend during a Grand Prix crucial. As we move into the final stages of this season, the Milton-Keynes squad think their Honda engines are stable.

Formula 1 F1 – Qatar Grand Prix – Losail International Circuit, Lusail, Qatar – November 20, 2021 Red Bull’s Sergio Perez in qualifying REUTERS / Thaier Al-Sudani

At the request of Sky Sports, as quoted by Motorsport. total.com said Dr. Marko: “From Honda’s point of view, we are not faced with such fluctuations. Our engines are stable. The fluctuation range is within half a percent, and not like at Mercedes, where it is almost two percent. “(Translated from German via Google)

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The battle between Mercedes and Red Bull becomes more dramatic with each race. After the Grand Prix of Qatar, in which Lewis Hamilton saw the checkered flag, the Silver Arrows still claim the top spot in the championship with 546.5 points.

Formula 1 F1 – Brazilian Grand Prix – Jose Carlos Pace Circuit, Sao Paulo, Brazil – November 14th 2021 Max Verstappen from Red Bull and Lewis Hamilton from Mercedes during the REUTERS / Amanda Perobelli race

The team led by Christian Horner is in second place with 541.5 points. The gap between the two title contenders is just five points. With only two races left in the 2021 season, the Silver Arrows and the Ranging Bulls will push each other to the limit.

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The Formula 1 community has not experienced such an intense title fight for years. Who do you think will take home the championship? Will the Brackley team win another title? Or will the Milton-Keynes squad put an end to their dominance? Let us know what you think in the comments below.

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