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Red Bull looking ahead to Singapore for more success


By Craig Hinton
August 3 2015

Hopefully Red Bull can get a double podium in Singapore and push to try and get 3RD in the WCC this year.

 

Red Bull will have to wait until the Singapore Grand Prix before they can replicate the success of last month's Hungarian GP, according to team boss Christian Horner.

The Milton Keynes based squad took a double podium finish at the Hungaroring, with Daniil Kvyat and Daniel Ricciardo taking second and third respectively.

Red Bull had shown good pace all weekend and could have taken the overall race victory with Ricciardo, however a collision with Nico Rosberg in the closing laps ended the Australian’s charge.

Despite their success in Hungary, and with the likelihood of additional engine penalties, Red Bull are expected to endure more difficult weekend’s at the upcoming power circuits of Spa and Monza.

Horner shares this view but believes that the tight and twisty streets of Singapore will highlight the good features on this year's RB11.

"We're going to live in the moment for now and think about Spa after the break, and particularly Monza," said Horner.

"They're going to be much more challenging than Hungary, so Singapore's probably our next opportunity to shine," he explained.

"We're going to keep pushing, keep developing the car, and you never know, it could be wet at Spa.

"You've got to be in a position to capitalise on those days when it doesn't quite go right for others."

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