Christian Horner reacts to Ferrari's criticism of Red Bull's F1 cost cap penalty

“Everybody's got an opinion and I think everybody's free to have an opinion. "

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Christian Horner reacts to Ferrari's criticism of Red Bull's F1 cost cap penalty

Red Bull started the new season furiously and they are already the main favorites to win the title again. Ferrari team principal Fred Vasseur criticized Red Bull a few days ago and emphasized that the penalty for breaking the F1 cost cap by Red Bull is not severe.

Red Bull boss Christian Horner commented on Vasseur's statements. He doesn't seem too concerned with what individuals have to say. Their dominance is absolute and they want to continue with the same rhythm. “Everybody's got an opinion and I think everybody's free to have an opinion.

The team have done a great job over the winter on limited wind-tunnel time that we've had to develop this car, and of course that will have an impact later into the year and on next year. So on a snapshot of three races, I think it's still hugely premature in [terms of] this season, there's an awful lot of racing still to go.

”- Horner said, as quoted by crash.net Horner is still cautious before the continuation of the season, given that other teams want to improve the car and be competitive with Red Bull. "There's a lot of things that can change," Horner said.

"We're hearing of big updates coming for both Ferrari and Mercedes when we get back to Europe."

Red Bull and its future

The Red Bull team is ready for any outcome. Their thoughts are currently focused on what comes next and what they can change.

"So we're certainly not taking anything for granted, we're just focused on ourselves, doing the best job we can within the constraints that we have. We're doing the best that we can with what we've got and we know that it's tough penalty, it's one that we're taking on the chin and we're applying ourselves in the best way that we possibly can."

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