Red Bull Racing team advisor Helmut Marko admits the troubles of RB10, but he belives that they will be able to get the speed of the RB10 take time for the new Formula 1 season, which kickoff on March 16 at the Grand Prix of Australia.
The defending world champ, Red Bull was the least shot during the first pre-season test in Jerez, just 21 laps, suffering various troubles of cooling system and new V6 power.
Trouble the first pre-season test not conclusive
“The concept of Adrian is good in principle, believe our car is very elegant and beautiful cars are usually too fast, we have to redesign some things It’s annoying, but in 2010 nor did the tests the first week,” said Marko exclusively told Germany’s Auto Bild.
But, Adrian Newey, creator of RB10, is not sure whether it will be able to solve the reliability problems of its latest racing car: “Really I have no idea if we can solve the problem effectively,” explained Newey told the German newspaper Bild.