Rosberg advises Red Bull: “Ferrari is in a dead end”


One of the options that Red Bull has on paper with a view to 2022 is to approach Ferrari. But whether Ferrari is the right party to fill the gap created by Honda? The 2016 Formula 1 world champion, Nico Rosberg, is pretty sure not.

“Ferrari is not an option for Red Bull at all,” he says in a conversation with Sky Sports F1. “The Italians have the bad engine of the moment, so that is of no use to anyone”, he continues, and then explains how it could have come this far.

“Ferrari chose last year (when they allegedly tampered with the fuel supply, ed.) To enter a dead end street, so they now stand still. This puts them further back on the Formula 1 grid.”

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