F1 » Horner on Red Bull Racing's 'massive step forward'


Red Bull Racing team principal Christian Horner reflects on a year during which F1's fun-lovers got very serious indeed - and ran Jenson Button and Brawn GP virtually down to the wire for world championship glory

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Rus The Bus - Unregistered

January 02, 2010 2:25 PM

A fantastic season by all accounts and a fully justified runners-up slot in the 09 Championship... but I really doubt that 2010 with Ferrari and McLaren back to form and Mercedes-Benz's takeover at Brawn will see Red Bull continue to dominate. I forecast them as third in the Constructors at best in this year's title race, and more likely further back... As for drivers Bernie's expectation for a Vettel Championship is mostly hype, unless the Renault engine is (much)stronger this season, and others under-achieve again....!!

Alan - Unregistered

January 02, 2010 2:52 PM

If red bull wanna win championships they need to get a proper engine and will in the future need to get a driver capable of winning a championship seeing as Vettel is off to mercedes next year

Ashley

January 02, 2010 5:06 PM

Yeah it is hard to imagine Red Bull dominating the championship, SV might be able to but I can never see MW ever being a champion. But I do like someone throwing a spanner in the works of the major teams. My prediction is that they will win one or two next year and as someone pointed out already, finish at the most 3rd in the championship.

stumacher

January 02, 2010 5:18 PM
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Any team with Adrian Newey as a designer is a likely championship contender. For 15 years the title was contested between Newey and Schumacher and 2010 could well see the dual start over.
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OK. 13 years allowing for Alonso's two titles

Commodore S - Unregistered

January 03, 2010 10:21 AM

The quite achievers.

S.V has given Webber a new lease of life.

This is one team that endeavours to stay out of the spotlight and get on with business and show their their prowess on the circuit.

Webber last year turned into an agressive driver knowing he had the tools. And before anybody starts consider the comments made about being a racer under the topic regarding N.R/M.S.

Somebody commented under that topic Webber was assisted by his family to the Euro scene which is totally incorrect. His family are your typical Aussie family whose son decided his own fate.

Mark still is your typical outspoken but down to earth Aussie.

Expect results 2010.They are the package.

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