Former F1 Team Boss Issues Stern Warning About Red Bull's 'Maximum Potential'

Former F1 Team Boss Issues Stern Warning About Red Bull’s ‘Maximum Potential’

As Formula 1 gears up for its return from the summer shutdown, the motorsport world finds itself firmly in the grasp of Red Bull Racing and their star driver, Max Verstappen. With the championship seemingly all but mathematically decided, the rest of the grid is left scrambling to catch up. However, one former F1 team boss is sounding a warning to the competition: Red Bull may not have reached their peak potential yet.

Gian Carlo Minardi, who spent a remarkable 30 years in Formula 1 from the mid-1980s to the early 2000s, has witnessed the rise and fall of dominant teams throughout his career. While he is now a spectator from the sidelines after selling his team to Paul Stoddart in 2001 (which was subsequently purchased by Red Bull in 2005), Minardi maintains a keen interest in the sport and has been closely monitoring the recent success of Red Bull Racing.