Red Bull must keep up their outstanding season as they make to Suzuka home of the Japanese Grand Prix.
Last time out Daniel Ricciardo won in Malaysia and Max Verstappen finished second just ahead of Nico Rosberg.
The Milton Keynes team have struggled in Japan in recent visits to Asia but this year with their strong form they should be confident ahead of this race:
“It’s a culmination of a great amount of teamwork both trackside and from everyone else back in the factory. It’s fantastic for Red Bull and for all of our partners.
Our thanks also to all of the hard work that’s been put in by the people at Viry in delivering a great package for our TAG Heuer branded engine,” said Red Bull principal Christian Horner.
Red Bull’s teenage sensation reminisces of his foray into Formula One and he will be hoping to build on his strong performance in Sepang:
“I will spend a couple of days in Tokyo before heading to the track, which will be nice. Japan will always be a special place for me because I made my F1 debut there during Friday practice.
“Suzuka is a really cool track as well, especially Sector 1, it’s very fast and that’s what drivers enjoy. There is not much run off either, so you have to be very precise; it’s a proper old-school track, very challenging and demanding,” said Verstappen.