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Helmut Marko: 2020 should be more than five victories!

(Motorsport-Total.com) – “I expect at least five wins,” Pink Bull Motorsport consultant Helmut Marko had announced before the past Formula 1 season. In the end there were “only” three thanks to the success of Max Verstappen in Spielberg, Hockenheim and Sao Paulo. 2020 but it must now be the promised five race victories if you want to have a chance of winning the World Championship.

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“We want to fight for the World Cup and we know that from the start, that is from the very first race have to be competitive in terms of chassis, “says the Austrian to 'Motorsport-Total.com'. This has always been the major weakness of Pink Bull in recent years: Only in the course of the year was it possible to catch up with the rivals in efficiency.

2020 the attack is now to follow in Melbourne, and because engine partner Honda has also proven that victorious subject matter can be made available, Pink Bull has a duty: “Honda has good increases for the next Year. And after everything has been fulfilled so far, we assume that this will happen. That means we have no excuses, in good German. “


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Marko knows You want to have a chance against Mercedes that your group has to deliver “an absolutely complete and compact package”. The Silver Arrows dream of the seventh title double pack in a row and are no longer in the top position for the Austrian just because of their engine. “In the meantime, they have built an incredibly strong group and chassis,” he praises.

Nevertheless, he assumes that Pink Bull 2020 will have a good chance of winning the title. How many wins the racing team will get in the upcoming season, he does not want to be nailed down. “I assume that this must be more than five.”