Has Red Bull F1 jeopardised its season by developing its car too aggressively too soon?

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Red Bull Racing's 2022 F1 car, the RB18
Red Bull Racing's 2022 F1 car, the RB18
Mark Thompson


The 2022 Formula 1 season is turning out to be a battle between two of the sport's biggest teams: Ferrari and Red Bull Racing. Though Ferrari currently leads both the Drivers' and Constructors' championships after the first five races of the season, Red Bull seems to have gained the upper hand over its Italian rivals as of late.

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