Red Bull captain Christian Horner described his performance as “fantastic” and the value he says Mercedes uses in terms of engine performance.

In Formula 1, reputable competitors are not allowed to boost their engine power in time.

Horner said Mercedes’ long line has been doing “amazing things lately”.

He said: “Surprisingly, it appears that they used their electricity to make their mark.”

Mercedes denied Red Bull’s comments, saying nothing has changed in their engines other than installing a new one in Hamilton’s car for last week’s Turkish Grand Prix.

Red Bull’s Hamilton and Max Verstappen challenged the new engine – which pays road penalties – more than its two previous rivals, Verstappen in previous rivals in Russia, Hamilton, and Turkey.

Verstappen takes Hamilton to sixth and the other six tribes after the Dutch finished second in Sunday’s Turkish Grand Prix and Hamilton to fifth.

The internal combustion engine consumes less time, so Hamilton’s new engine will offer lower performance than before.

Red Bull’s statement acknowledges the kind of statement Hamilton himself made about the demanding Honda engine earlier in the season.

Red Bull staged a show that came to prominence on shows such as the French Grand Prix season and in the early summer, Hamilton publicly disputed how they did it.

Red Bull’s definition at the time was that air conditioning allowed their car to fly a little farther, reducing and reducing vertical line speed, without compromising grain performance.

Horner said, “We were able to compare small [fish] wings; now we can’t get close. Cars.”

Horner adds that reliability issues with Mercedes engines can also affect performance.

Horner said: “It can be seen in all their teammates. Mercedes has some terms of trust that matter to them, which is new for Mercedes.” “But their performance remains crucial.

“But everyone loses each other, I don’t know, but if you see deltas running behind your back for a long time, it’s 15-20km / h, which is more than if DRS helps him (a run). “

Mercedes said Horner’s position is complicated, saying it’s not in the details.

Mercedes F1 CEO Toto Wolff admits the company also uses its engines and is more reliable than performance.

He said: “When you start using the same energy performance, you promote too much and sometimes you make some mistakes”,

“Our energy sector has been very reliable since the introduction of hybrids in 2014 and as a result of stimulation, we have seen examples of, for example, unusual sounds in electric motors that were not fully understood on stage.

“They’ve had problems in the past; we’ve had some accidents and now it’s up to you to fix it because it’s not something you have to change parts.”

Mercedes appears to have continued overall performance over Red Bull since the resumption of F1 after the break.

During the first half of the season, Red Bull had an average profit margin of 0.026%.

Of the three dry seasons in the second half of this season, Mercedes has a 0.286% gain.

However, the three most talked-about tracks – Monza, Sochi, and Istanbul Park – are Mercedes’ favorites and two of the remaining six races – Mexico and Brazil – are expected to benefit Red Bull.