Charles Leclerc predicts Red Bull will increase in Canada

F1 News: Charles Leclerc remains adamant that Red Bull will return to dominant form when F1 returns to conventional circuits later this month.

Red Bull struggled to find relatively good form in recent rounds. Max Verstappen was beaten by Lando Norris at the Miami Grand Prix after the McLaren driver had the chance to take the lead via the safety car.

It was a similar story at Imola when Verstappen put in a top-notch performance to take pole and victory, finishing just 0.7 seconds ahead of Norris. Last time in Monaco, Leclerc won as Verstappen could only finish sixth following a rare mistake during qualifying.

With this weekend’s Canadian Grand Prix track relatively bumpy and curbside driving needing to be done quickly, Red Bull should be beaten once again. Although Leclerc believes this will happen, he believes Red Bull’s recent problems will not last long when F1 heads to Barcelona.

“We will have three races in a row, including this one (in Canada), where it is important to ride on curbs and bumps,” said Charles Leclerc, seeing a similar trend in these races, but from Barcelona, ​​Red Bull will take a step forward. .

“We’ve done a good job looking at the first half of our season considering we’re a step behind Red Bull. We didn’t get that far and we didn’t lose a lot of points, and that’s the most important thing. »

“We just have to continue to focus on ourselves and hopefully bring in new pieces as quickly as possible to close the gap on a more normal track for Red Bull and put them under more pressure.”

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