All the teams are eagerly awaiting the first track tests of the single-seater 2022, set for February 21, to understand whether or not the aerodynamic revolution will shake up the current balance of power, which sees Mercedes and Red Bull as the undisputed queens of the category. If the Silver Arrows have kept all the development tokens for the next championship, the same cannot be said for the Anglo-Austrian team, which does not seem to be worried about a possible delay deriving from the efforts made to obtain the title. riders with Max Verstappen, in a battle that lasted until the last lap of the last grand prix.
Talking about these aspects was Helmut Marko, in an interview granted to Austrian television Servus Tv: “At the moment we believe we are almost on par with Mercedes. The power unit will also change a lot due to the use of synthetic fuels and this will prove to be a drastic change. We think we’ll both still be ahead, unless someone manages to put twists like the double speaker on the track“. The former Austrian driver has no doubts about Max Verstappen’s adaptation to the new generation of cars: “He drove on the simulator over the course of the season. He can drive an unstable car in the rear, for him he just has to be as fast as possible. it doesn’t need to be comfortable “, Marko concluded praising the skills behind the wheel of the 2021 world champion.
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