Red Bull, who have dominated the sport for the last two seasons through their superstar driver Max Verstappen, moved away from their partnership with Honda in 2021, just after Verstappen had claimed his first world championship.
Red Bull to remain competitive in 2026
Now, Farley has provided an optimistic view on how their 2026 plans are shaping up, knowing how much pressure is on his company to deliver for the Milton Keynes-based outfit.
“I had a chance to spend a lot of time with the team in Milton Keynes and with Adrian Newey," he revealed in Ford's 2024 season launch.
“Even though  sounds like a long way away, we have a lot of work to do on the powertrain, but I’m really happy with the progress. I wish I could tell you more, but I would say we’re on track.
“We’ve got the best drivers, we’ve got the best technical support. We have the best of Ford and around the globe to support them. But the team, the powertrain team that they’re building in Milton Keynes, is absolutely top notch.
"We are going first class to the very top of the podium.”
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