Former F1 driver Vitaly Petrov expects Red Bull to continue winning the constructors' championship in the coming years until fans become bored of its success.
According to the Russian, the Milton Keynes-based team has all the necessary resources to dominate the sport over the coming years following its success over the past two campaigns, and through a significant regulation change.
Red Bull won the constructors' championship for the first time since 2013 last season after Mercedes had dominated the previous eight years.
The Silver Arrows endured an uncharacteristically difficult start in 2022, while Ferrari effectively sabotaged its own title chances with a combination of strategic mishaps, individual errors and reliability problems.
Red Bull also had a rough start to the season but, unlike the other two teams, its performance trended upwards.
"Everyone was criticising Mercedes," Petrov said. "And now [if] Red Bull will win the constructors' championship for a few years in a row [then] that dominance will be talked about. 'We are tired of Red Bull, time for someone else.'
"Fans and journalists never change in that regard, but that's understandable. People need emotions and a show. That's what sport is all about."
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