The Woking-based team has emerged as Red Bull’s most consistent challenger in recent races, with the squad having finished on the podium five times in the last six races.Having made impressive progress this year, it is aware that it still has more work to do before it can think about challenging the dominant Red Bull squad in pure pace terms.
McLaren, based in Woking, has been showing great promise on the track in recent races. The team has managed to secure a spot on the podium in five out of the last six races. This consistent performance has established McLaren as Red Bull’s primary rival.
Awareness of Challenges
Despite their impressive progress, the McLaren team knows that they still have a long way to go before they can truly challenge the dominance of Red Bull in terms of overall pace. They acknowledge the need for continuous improvement and development.
During the Brazilian Grand Prix, a McLaren team spokesperson highlighted the team’s ambitions. They expressed the desire to push further and surpass Red Bull in terms of performance. However, they also acknowledged that achieving this goal would require significant effort and strategy.
With the recent successes and the determination to improve, McLaren remains committed to its pursuit of excellence on the racetrack. The team is focused on making the necessary changes and advancements to bridge the gap with Red Bull.