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Written in SPORTS CENTER the 3/13/2022 07:46 a.m. Red Bull Racing is one of the great quarries in Formula 1: For the next season that will st


Written in SPORTS CENTER the 3/13/2022 07:46 a.m.

is one of the great quarries in Formula 1: For the next season that will start on March 20 in Bahrain, 40% of the Grill of the queen category of motorsport was part of the academy or had some time in the Austrian team that now boasts world champion Max Verstappen.

The only member of the group that was not part of the Red Bull youth team was the Mexican “Checo” Pérez who joined the bulls until his tenth season in the most important series of the International Automobile Federation and for now one more campaign will be maintained under the command of Christian Horner.

On the other hand, only two world champions emerge from this list: the aforementioned Dutch driver and Sebastian Vettel, who had the most successful moment for the team with four consecutive titles at the beginning of the last decade, prior to the dominance of the Mercedes.

Currently Red Bull “graduates” are represented in six of the 10 teams on the Formula 1 grid with the German multi-champion at Aston Martin, Daniel Ricciardo at McLaren, Carlos Sainz at Ferrari, Alex Albon as a new Williams driver, in addition to the two Alpha Tauri tandems and the main team.

These are the drivers who have passed through Red Bull on the 2022 Formula 1 grid

1.- Max Verstappen – 2014-2022 – Toro Rosso and Red Bull Racing

2.- Sergio “Checo” Pérez – 2021-2022 – Red Bull Racing

3.- Pierre Gasly – 2017-2022 – Toro Rosso, Red Bull Racing and AlphaTauri

4.- Yuki Tsunoda – 2021-2022 – Alpha Tauri

5.- Alex Albon – 2019-2021* – Toro Rosso and Red Bull

6.- Carlos Sainz – 2015-2017 – Toro Rosso

7.- Daniel Ricciardo – 2011-2018 – Toro Rosso and Red Bull

8.- Sebastian Vettel – 2007-2014 – Toro Rosso and Red Bull

This is what Sergio “Checo” Pérez looked like with Red Bull in the 2022 preseason