yes, BUT that doesn't mean they won't win - reliability can impact both Ferrari and Mercedes (offcourse it also can impact RedBull), and Ferrari has been rather clumsy with their tactics recently, so really, a lot can still happen.giantfan10 wrote: ↑Sun Mar 19, 2017 1:25 pmVerstappen: Red Bull "not good enough yet" to win
Max Verstappen has conceded he doesn't think Red Bull's new RB13 challenger is currently quick enough to challenge Mercedes and Ferrari at the start of the F1 2017 campaign.
"At the moment, I think both Ferrari and Mercedes will be in front of us, but hopefully we will be able to get into a rhythm, just like last year. We can do better this year, but we need to work hard in order to get there."
Thats the reality of it.. there will be no magic upgrade in Australia that will make red bull in the mix for the win.