Red Bull won again at the last race in Silvestone and equalled McLaren’s 1988 record run of 11 victories in a row. What an achievement! Imagine how far this record could be stretched, especially if Perez starts delivering. Nick de Vries was ousted by AlphaTauri after just 10 races with the team and Daniel Ricciardo, who was enjoying a year off Formula 1, will replace him for the rest of the season. The arrival of Daniel will surely put pressure on Perez to perform because he knows that there is a race-winning driver eager to replace him at the top Red Bull team. It will be interesting to watch how the season unfolds for both of them and how Ricciardo performs against his new teammate, Yuki Tsunoda.
The model seems quite confused with the recent change in the pecking order. The McLarens were extremely competitive at the last race and I think they will challenge Mercedes, Aston Martin and Ferrari. Still, Hungaroring is a completely different track where overtakes are difficult and the average speed is low. Apart from the sure think (a.k.a. Verstappen), who can push their car to the podium?
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