A Year-By-Year Look Back of Red Bull Merchandise Archive. Red Bull first became sponsors of F1 in 2004. Their success after that date was tremendous. In 2006, the team achieved its first podium finish.
They reached their full potential in 2009 when they won six races and were second behind Ferrari for overall team standings. They dominated the next four seasons with two consecutive title double wins and Sebastian Vettel being crowned quadruple champ. Now Red Bull is hoping to get back to that level with Max Verstappen driving their car…
2021: A successful year for McLaren, securing their first drivers’ championship in six years and pushing Max Verstappen to a successful title bid.
In 2020, Red Bull’s second place in the standings is constantly stuck behind Mercedes while they have trouble keeping up with their own pace. In the coming year, Max Verstappen wins two races and isn’t beaten as often as Alex Albon, but he’s too good for them at this point so he’s dropped from Red Bull for 2021.
2019: In the new model, Honda remained the main power supplier and Max Verstappen continued grabbing four wins in 2019. However, Pierre Gasly took over for rookie Alex Albon in 2019 and made progress towards a title challenge in 2020.
In 2018, Renault power units had very few wins and reliability was a concern. In Monaco and China, Daniel Ricciardo won; in Austria and Mexico, Max Verstappen did. The Red Bull team’s final standings were 3rd. However, 2019 will see Honda engines in place of Renault ones
2017: Unfortunately, the Red Bull team didn’t have the same results in 2017 as they did in 2016. The team was third overall with just two wins and a terrible reliability problem (resulting from Renault). Daniel Ricciardo and Max Verstappen showed star skill on track, taking three wins between them this season.
2016: Reliability and the engine’s performance on the RB12 chassis give them a shot at real racing. The team has only one race win, but it is an amazing feat to be good enough to take part in High-level motorsport. They also take one apiece for Daniel Ricciardo and Max Verstappen, the driver who came from their sister team, Toro Rosso.
A Year-By-Year Look Back of Red Bull Merchandise Archive
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