Red Bull don't fear Ferrari and have firmly set their sights on beating Mercedes to race wins this season according to team principal Christian Horner.
Two races ago, Red Bull's gap to Ferrari stood at 37 points, but with a strong points haul in Austria and Briton, including two seconds places for Max Verstappen, that gap now stands at just six points.
Horner therefore feels that surpassing Ferrari in the standings is a realistic target, insisting their package is now second best on the grid.
"Nowhere," he replied when asked where they lack compared to Ferrari. "I don't think there is anything really to fear.
"We have a very strong car, strong drivers, the engine is improving," he told reporters on Wednesday.
"We have outscored Ferrari by 15 points [actually 18 after Rosberg's penalty] at Silverstone and we outscored them by 13 points in Austria."
Horner expects a close battle between the two teams with its weakest circuits now out of the way and reckons they can begin to put more pressure on Mercedes.
"We have some of the more powerful circuits out of the way like Montreal, Baku and Austria and the circuits coming up hopefully play to some of our strengths.
"It's going to be a tight battle with them [Ferrari] for the rest of the year.
"There are still areas where we can find time and performance but we're actually in the race with Mercedes now at certain circuits which is great to see," he added.