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Why Aston is coming out with fighting talk for its F1 2024 chances against Red Bull

The Silverstone team made a seismic leap forward in 2023, and its proclamation that Red Bull is "absolutely beatable" raises expectations still further. Here's why Aston is upbeat that it can continue to make inroads towards the front of the Formula 1 grid

Formula 1 is soon going to hit some major anniversary moments. Next year, the championship, along with Autosport, is going to be celebrating 75 years of continuous history. In three months, it will be 30 years since the deaths of Ayrton Senna and Roland Ratzenberger on that awful weekend at Imola.

But, in just three weeks, it will be one year since Aston Martin shocked its rivals by making what star driver Fernando Alonso calls a “once in a lifetime” car performance gain. Then in 2023, the Silverstone-based squad that had just finished seventh in the 2022 constructors’ championship made a step worth over a second a lap in one off-season.

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