Bayer sets deadline for RB’s evolution in 2024


April 1, 2024 4:18 pm

Red Bull Racing’s sister team Visa Cash App RB, or simplemeste RB, scored its first points of the 2024 Formula 1 season at the Australian GP, ​​with Yuki Tsunoda taking seventh place and six important points.

Apart from the positive result on the track, RB is going through an internal reformulation process. The team’s CEO, Peter Bayer, revealed the expectation of seeing significant improvements in performance by the halfway point of the championship.

It is worth remembering that the former AlphaTauri faced questions from other teams at the beginning of the season, due to closer ties with Red Bull. However, the team ended 2023 with a rise on the grid and is now betting on a new structure to reach even higher levels.

“We changed the team structures,” said Bayer. “We created new positions and brought new people, and other reinforcements are on the way. We were a little lucky, because last year we were able to continue improving until the end of the season.”

With the arrival of Bayer as CEO and Laurent Mekies as team leader replacing Franz Tost, who retired at the end of 2023, RB is betting on the strength of the renewal.

“The beginning of the year was focused on getting everyone in the right position,” Bayer said. “It’s all about people and developing team culture. We are seeing this come to fruition, but it is a long-term project. We are confident that, midway through the season, we will reap the fruits of the work we are doing now,” concluded Bayer.

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