The Saudi Arabian Grand Prix will favor Mercedes, according to Red Bull Racing's Team Principal Christian Horner. Lewis Hamilton is currently eight points behind championship leader Max Verstappen of Red Bull with two races to go. Hamilton and Mercedes have reduced the gap in recent weeks following back-to-back victories in Brazil and Qatar. Horner has said that the championship can still go either way due to the track in Jeddah favoring Mercedes. "I think it’s going to be tight, the next track arguably should favor Mercedes. Abu Dhabi, with the modifications made there, who knows," Christian Horner, Team Principal Red Bull Racing. Mercedes are currently leading the constructors’ championship with just five points separating them from Red Bull.