Red Bull has dominated Formula 1 since the new ground-effect regulations were introduced at the start of last year. But the chasing pack is showing no signs of catching up.
The combination of Max Verstappen and the Red Bull RB19 looks unstoppable and has been in a league of its own throughout the season.
What’s more, Verstappen is able to be conservative given there’s no point in taking risks and stressing the car and power unit more than necessary. That means we have not necessarily seen the full potential of the RB19 exploited over a full race distance.
So at a time when the rest of the field is unpredictable and tightly-packed, why is Red Bull still head and shoulders above the rest and in a position where it could yet pull off the almost-impossible feat of winning every race this season?
The answer to that question is a complicated one, so we’ve broken it down into 10 reasons that explain its supremacy.
1:25 Red Bull has developed
2:17 Lag in the system
3:02 Peaky cars
4:44 Architectural limitations
5:24 Cost cap limitations
5:52 Big changes haven’t worked
7:30 Red Bull not under pressure
8:12 Adrian Newey
8:53 Aston Martin and McLaren aren't ready
9:31 Ferrari and Mercedes got it wrong
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