What an end to 2013 season, a year in which the Red Bull Racing team triumphed after a season of spectacular performances. At mid-season, the Bulls, increased their strength, became unruly and definitely bettered every expectation in their path. Sebastian Vettel, who had stellar a year with 13 wins, running at full pelt on the second half of the season, clinching his 4th consecutive championship.
But it’s time to focus on 2014, it will be a year of many changes. Among them, the drivers, Mark Webber said goodbye to F1, and keeping the Australian theme going, his replacement will be Daniel Ricciardo, who already has a lot of experience with Toro Rosso, and has graduated to the Red Bull first team. Other changes in the next year are regulation changes, such as the engines . We say goodbye to the era of V8 engines and welcome the V6 turbo engines which also introduces the ERS which will have a crucial role.
Despite these changes, aerodynamics will remain important, and Red Bull in this regard, has great team of professionals. So come next season they are still be the team to beat, after claiming their fourth constructors championship in a row.
Selene García Hernández (@f1_201x)