July 23, 2024

The car launch season comes to an end with Red Bull’s RB20 event, and the 2024 Formula One season is drawing near. Pre-season action is scheduled to begin at Sakhir International Circuit next week, but there are still a number of intriguing rumors brewing in the background, such as Christian Horner’s ongoing investigation and Lewis Hamilton’s transfer to Ferrari.

Horner conducted media duties at the RB20 launch event at the team’s Milton Keynes factory on Thursday, marking his first public appearance since the accusations were made. Even with this appearance, there is still a background investigation going on regarding his future.

For Sergio Perez, another player in the Red Bull camp hoping to lock down a long-term contract, the 2024 campaign will be make-or-break. At the end of the year, the Mexican driver’s contract expires, and many are hoping to take his place.

Hamilton is also looking forward to a successful 2024 campaign. Before making the unexpected switch to Ferrari in 2025, the seven-time world champion is getting ready for his last season with the Mercedes squad.

Sergio Perez knows next steps to beat Max Verstappen

Sergio Perez has claimed that he understands the steps he needs to take to beat Red Bull team-mate Max Verstappen next season.

One of Perez’s goals for the year, as he stated to Sky Sports during the RB20 launch, is to not give a damn about what people write or say about him.

“As I have always done, I will pursue my own goals. I’ll concentrate on the appropriate things with my team, and I believe we have a good task ahead of us where it’s critical that we continue to advance as a unit.

Perez went on to talk about his teammate’s threat, saying, “Yeah, it’s a big step.” I believe Max is at the peak of his game, and defeating him will be extremely difficult. However, we must undoubtedly improve on our performance from the previous year, so hopefully that will be the case

Horner quizzed over Red Bull future

At the RB20 launch event on Thursday, Christian Horner faced intense questioning from reporters regarding his future with Red Bull. He reaffirmed his commitment to the project and the support of important members of the team.

“There has been an incredible amount of support from our partners, the industry, and the business itself,” he said.

“Well, so, you know, there’s a process that’s going on right now. Some accusations have been made, which I completely deny, and I’m obviously following that process and will keep doing so until it’s finished.”

When asked about the help from above, Horner responded, “Look, we’re a team, and the support I’ve received from the shareholders has been amazing.”

“I believe the support that the shareholders showed after Dietrich Mateschitz passed away is indicative of their continued dedication to Formula One, Red Bull Powertrains, cutting-edge technologies, and the track car that Adrian Newey and I are producing.” I do believe that we are a single team, and that support has been abundantly evident.

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