Former Formula 1 world champion Alain Prost has urged all teams in the sport to “work harder” in order to stop Red Bull Racing’s dominance in the upcoming 2024 season.
Prost, who won the F1 championship four times during his career, expressed his concerns about Red Bull’s recent surge in performance and the potential for the team to continue their winning streak in the future.
The 66-year-old Frenchman, who now serves as a special advisor to the Renault F1 Team, stated that Red Bull’s recent success has been a result of their dedication and hard work, and that other teams should take note and strive to match their level of commitment.
In an interview with Motorsport.com, Prost emphasized the need for all teams to “work harder, put in more effort, and continue to innovate” in order to challenge Red Bull’s dominance on the track.
Prost also acknowledged the significant strides that Red Bull has made in recent years, particularly with their successful integration of the Honda power unit and the development of their chassis and aerodynamics.
With the 2024 season fast approaching, Prost’s comments have served as a wake-up call to other teams in the paddock, reminding them of the importance of pushing the boundaries and striving for excellence in order to be successful in the highly competitive world of Formula 1.
As the teams prepare for what promises to be an exciting and fiercely contested season, Prost’s words have resonated throughout the paddock, serving as a reminder of the challenge that lies ahead for all involved in the sport.