The successes achieved in the last decade by the Red Bull they arrived in Formula 1 also thanks to the work of various managers of the Austrian team, who have now become historical and consolidated members in Milton Keynes. Of course, among these, the figure of Helmut Marko, 78-year-old manager who holds two distinct roles within the team. In fact, in addition to being its adviser, the former driver also holds the position of Head of the youth program, where many of the current talents in motor sport have started.
Those who are still present in the Red Bull Junior Team is Estonian Jüri Vips, 21 years old under theHitech Grand Prix in Formula 2. Having entered the Austrian manufacturer’s nursery in 2018, the 2017 Italian F4 champion denied the excessive difficulties that can be encountered in working closely with Marko, even in an environment that requires a certain rigor from its drivers. Specifically, the young Baltic talent, winner of two races in the preparatory category for the Circus, commented on the current relationship between the drivers and the Austrian manager.
“It’s simpler than you might think – declared a f1.com – tends to put you under pressure, but if you are doing well, so he is very kind and direct. If you bring results, everything is moving in the right direction. This is the main aspect of the Red Bull Junior Team: if you don’t do well, then you could be kicked out. But if you do well, there is a good chance of making it to F1. It is true that there are drivers who are excluded, but why hold onto and pay those you know will not be worthy of F1? They only want the best talent and I think that’s the right approach. They keep the best and give them a chance “.
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