"At the moment we are not there where I want to be, but that doesn't mean you have to give up straight away. You have to work hard. But after two, three years without improving, that would be a different story."
The data shows one of the most striking ways in which the cars differ is the measurement between the front axle and chassis bulkhead. Mercedes has the smallest, Red Bull the largest, the latter probably seeking to transfer the weight balance forwards.
Carlos Sainz Jnr: "There's a corner there that's maybe not as famous as some of the others, but that I like a lot and it's one of the toughest. When you say Spa, everyone always thinks of Eau Rouge, but actually one of the most difficult corners in the world is Pouhon – we drive there at around 260kph, in seventh gear, and it's a turn to always keep in mind!"
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Red Bull’s Soabpox Race was won by a team dubbed Return of the Legend who styled their entry on a Benetton B193 as raced by Michael Schumacher and Riccardo Patrese in 1993. Check out the attention to detail – right down to their ‘Bulleton’ team shirts! Verstappen was on hand to get a closer look: