Redbull has been having bad-seven-day in competitions. Everybody knows the successes of Redbull and of course the quality of it.
But, they have been going through tough days because their cars exited the Bahrain Grand Prix in the first 4 laps. They haven’t been withdrew since 2010. The former world champions had been through another mishap in FP3 in China as Daniel Ricciardo was fallen flat on his face because of an issue from the power unit. These hazardous setbacks made the team feel disappointed.
Daniel Ricciardo went out because of an elecrical issue on the second lap. He was forced to stop at Turn 15 leaving just four laps behind, since he had to fix the Red Bull for Saturday’s afternoon qualifying session. Redbull’s boss Christian Horner said to UK broadcaster Sky Sports that: “We’ve got a suspected turbo failure, that’s what the analysis is at the moment. Whether it’s damaged the combustion engine as well, only time will tell. It certainly looks turbo orientated at the moment.”
The latest mishap will surely pose a problem between the power unit provider Renault. Horner was asked about what would be happen if the cars were fixed properly at first and he replied clearly: “The amount of time we’ve changed these engines, we’ve had plenty of practice. The guys are pretty well averse to it.” To conclude, it had been an actual dangerous race for the drivers of the Redbull. And the accusations seem unstoppable for a while.