F1 » EXCLUSIVE Wrong for us to judge F1 newcomers, says Horner

Red Bull Racing team principal Christian Horner argues that the F1 2010 newcomers - USF1, Campos Meta 1, Virgin Racing and Lotus F1 - should be given the benefit of the doubt rather than be pre-judged

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Mr. GQ - Unregistered

January 07, 2010 1:56 PM

Horner's right. These newcomers deserve their spot in F1. I think Virgin especially couls surprise a lot of people. In fact, more teams should be allowed into F1 if they can do it.

1991 Rave on - Unregistered

January 07, 2010 3:02 PM

The Cosworth power plant was always an accessable way for teams from junior formulae to progress to F1 and will prove to be once again.Exciting times for F1,a welcome return to the hacylon days of '89-93.

alex - Unregistered

January 07, 2010 3:13 PM

The new teams were chosen by Mad Max specifically to be the weakest and most bullyable of the applicants, all on his FIA Message in order to stack the deck against his enemies in the "Manufacturer teams".... nothing more.

Far better applicants were turned down for the same political reasons, the real question we should be asking is "Why is CH bigging up the enemies of F1"

Looking at some of the other posters and the strangely complacent and complimentary views of some, you have to wonder if they are hiring PR companies to post positive spin on it !

sas@gmail.com - Unregistered

January 07, 2010 3:16 PM

The work in Red Bull Team is unquestionable, but about 2009 season, how people like David Couthard or Martin Brundell could predicted something? The sport is not held in time and with same people in the same podiums places, but this is chaos...

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