Guenther Steiner makes Red Bull prediction

Fernando Alonso has previously identified Monaco as Aston Martin's best chance of victory.

Despite Red Bull having won every race this season and looking set to win all the remaining races, Haas team principal Guenther Steiner is confident that “another team will win this year”, with the championship not being “over” just yet.

The 2023 Formula 1 season certainly hasn’t been the most thrilling to-date, with Red Bull being concerningly clear of the entire paddock.

To highlight their superiority, four of their five victories this year have come in the form of a 1-2 finish, with the likelihood being that they’ll claim a fifth this weekend at the Monaco Grand Prix.

With overtaking being virtually impossible at the Circuit de Monaco, the best way to disrupt Red Bull’s momentum this weekend will be to qualify ahead of them, something the likes of Charles Leclerc and Fernando Alonso could do.

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Alonso has openly admitted that Aston Martin see this weekend as their best chance yet of winning a race, suggesting that a comfortable Red Bull win might not be on the cards.

Due to their dominance, Red Bull lead the Constructors’ Championship by a mammoth 122 points, just after the opening five races of the season.

Given their superiority, many having labelled the start of the season as “boring”; however, Steiner doesn’t agree with that opinion.

The Haas boss does think some races have fallen short, though, most notably the recent Azerbaijan Grand Prix.

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Even Azerbaijan’s sprint race struggled to keep fans alert, with Steiner being the first to admit that it wasn’t the “most exciting race” of the season.

Despite the lacklustre weekend in Baku, Steiner is adamant that this year will produce some great racing, with Red Bull to be beaten at some point.

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“Obviously Baku was not the most exciting race we’ve had this year, but there was a lot of races that were exciting,” Steiner said, as reported by

“You maybe see that the Red Bulls are strong, but there’s a lot of other things going on as well, you never have to forget about that.

“I am a believer that at some stage somebody will catch up with Red Bull, and there will be a fight or something. It’s not over. We always jump to conclusion after a few races: ‘oh, it’s all over now’. No, I would be a little bit more patient.”