Christian Horner has said it is good for Formula 1 to have a competitive Ferrari once again after the team’s resurgence.

Having spent years in the midfield doldrums, it seems Ferrari have nailed the 2022 regulations and are currently one half of a two horse race for the titles.

The other horse in that race is Red Bull who, while struggling with reliability more than Ferrari are, have an advantage in straight-line speed compared to their Italian foes.

With more points than the other eight teams combined, it seems that both World Championships look likely to be going to either Red Bull or Ferrari.

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