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Race winner Max Verstappen, Red Bull Racing with the team
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The war reality that shines a light on the job Red Bull is doing

In moments of direct conflict, be it a military battle, cybercrime, or top-level sporting competition, it is often said that advantage lies with the attackers. This is true in Formula 1, as Red Bull has looked unbeatable in 2023. But, as the Monaco GP proved, misfortune can intervene. How it manages that will be critical.

In a bid to protect battle lines, keep control of computer systems, or stop your unfancied rival from beating you, defenders can never let their guard down.

No matter what is thrown at them, one moment of distraction can be enough to turn the tide of war.
Sometimes it does not even require that. An instant of good fortune for the aggressors can be all it takes for them to succeed.

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