Red Bull to re-think super-light DRS for Monaco

World champion Max Verstappen has overcome a hefty early points deficit to Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc to take the lead of the 2022 drivers’ world championship. “After his second retirement, you all said it was over for us,” Red Bull’s Helmut Marko told reporters in Barcelona. “When we perform like that at a track like Barcelona, it shows that we didn’t just have a good car at the beginning of the season,” Binotto said. “Two kilos more or less doesn’t make the difference in Monte Carlo,” Marko said. Ferrari was also keeping an eye on reports that Red Bull’s fuel was illegally low before the race in Barcelona, but Binotto told the media: “I can only trust the FIA.”. “The Red Bull was in a league of its own,” the Mercedes boss said.

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