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Former F1 driver hits out at Red Bull: They are very disorganised

Article To news overview © Getty Images/Red Bull Contentpool Red Bull won't be leaving Formula 1 in the near future after the sport agreed to adopt an engine freeze in 2022, but former F1 driver Christijan Albers believes the team run a very disorganised operation. The team's future in F1 was in doubt after Honda announced they would be leaving the sport at the end of 2021. As a result Red Bull pushed for an engine freeze to be adopted, which was eventually passed, allowing them to set up their own powertrain company while using Honda's power unit technology. All the uncertainty wasn't well received by Albers, who made it clear the team aren't as essential to Formula 1 as Ferrari are,...
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