Red Bull achieves its sixth Formula 1 world championship title
The team Red Bull, Thanks to the Dutch victory Max Verstappen inside Japanese Grand Prix from formula 1 were able to secure their sixth constructors’ title, their second in a row, in a season in which they managed to win 15 of the 16 races held so far.
Thirteen of them reached a Max Verstappen which equals the record for most wins in a season previously achieved by two Germans. Michael sSchumacher con Ferrari in 2004 and Sebastian Vettel also with Red Bull, In 2013.
Of course with fewer races per year. In 2004 there were 18 races and in 2013 there were 19; In 2023, however, there will be 22 races, one less than planned because the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix was canceled at the last minute due to the floods that accompanied the dispute.
The other two wins from Red Bull This season they bear the Mexican’s signature Sergio Perez In Saudi Arabia j Azerbaijan the second and fourth races of a championship that already has an owner in the constructors’ championship and that could also have a title in the drivers’ championship in Qatar, with Max Verstappen losing his third title in a row as he only has to finish sixth in the race for the sprint .
For now, the Austrian team can now be happy that they are the best starting field for the second time in a row, thanks to the 623 points they achieved, more than twice as many as their closest rivals. Mercedes (307). Behind, Ferrari with 283 and Aston Martin with 221. An overwhelming dominance.
This year 2023 is the sixth constructors’ championship Red Bull, after the four achieved between 2010 and 2013 Sebastian Vettel also won the driver’s prize, namely the one that was harvested in 2022.