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Red Bull the car to beat in 2022? 'RB18 already faster than previous car'

Given the upcoming rule changes in Formula 1, it's a matter of waiting to see which team has taken the best first steps with the new cars for 2022. According to Spanish Marca it is Red Bull Racing, with master designer Adrian Newey, that has the best papers. The Spanish medium thinks Red Bull has the advantage since the biggest changes are in the chassis and aerodynamics, the specialty of top designer Newey. His designs usually excel in the twisty parts of circuits to the point where they can compete with Mercedes' superior horsepower. Read more Schumacher critical of Hamilton: 'Not fair to Verstappen' Red Bull the car to beat in 2022? According to experts, Red Bull will have to abandon...
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