F1 » Horner: Red Bull underestimating no-one – but hopes are high


Christian Horner acknowledges that there is only one way for 2009 breakthrough entry Red Bull Racing to improve on its performance in F1 2010 - but in this exclusive interview with Crash.net, he insists the team will be underestimating nobody...

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Taz - Unregistered

January 18, 2010 8:55 PM

Be interesting to see what happens with the engine equalisation...considering renault are fast trying to exit the sport (they should have been kicked out or fined heavily) as FF says, the engine is the weakest link (as the ginger gin wizard would say) :p

AusFan - Unregistered

January 19, 2010 12:36 AM

good luck to them, I just get a bit worried with team principles eg 'there are some big changes coming up with the ban on refuelling' (Horner). I hope this doesn't turn into those horrible economy runs of 15-20 years ago. Where drivers would have to button off and watch everybody else drive past them? I always remembered bans on refuelling as a pretty bad strategy? hope I'm wrong. maybe technology will help sort this out better.

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