However, despite dominating the majority of the 2023 F1 season, Horner predicts that the field will become much tighter next season.
“We had a small update in Singapore, because of the lack of wind tunnel time that we have, we obviously focus a lot onto next year’s car at a relevant stage,” Horner said to Sky Sports. “It’s all about optimising what we have now between now and the end of the year.
“It definitely makes it a lot tighter, and it definitely makes those margins, and you have to rely on your data a lot more, so the amount of simulations you’re running in a race, there’s a lot more intensity on that.
“But it’s going to happen. When you’ve got stable regulations, the cars and the teams will converge so I think this is a pre-cursor into what we’ll see next year where it’s a much tighter field.
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