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Coulthard explains what makes the Red Bull organisation so incredibly strong

David Coulthard raced for Red Bull Racing in Formula 1 between 2005 and 2008, so he knows the Austrian team well. The thirteen-time Grand Prix winner is still closely involved with the Milton Keynes-based team. In GP Racing magazine he explains why, in his opinion, Red Bull is so successful. Article continues under ad Red Bull won eight world titles (four drivers and four constructors) between 2010 and 2013, but then entered a period of drought. Nevertheless, the formation always remained at the top, with Max Verstappen eventually winning the 2021 world title. When asked about Red Bull's secret, Coulthard replied: " I think it’s top down, bottom up. Top down in that Dietrich...
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