F1 » Red Bull 'don't favour anyone', collision 'excellent marketing'

Having initially been quick to point the finger of blame at Mark Webber, Dr. Helmut Marko has now insisted that Red Bull Racing 'don't favour anyone' - as David Coulthard suggested the Turkish Grand Prix collision was 'excellent marketing'

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Timmy - Unregistered

June 07, 2010 1:12 PM

The Red Bull drivers can battle but they must let each other through. Is it just me or do those 2 things contradict each other? Red Bull are funny.

Welcome news that they won't be running the F-Duct at Canada, although I'll believe it when I see it. Easy 1-2 for McLaren!


S. Alec - Unregistered

June 07, 2010 1:44 PM

There are some things you cannot take back. Once it's out it is out. Period. Red Bull comments after the "accident" were clear: Webber is the bad guy. Million words they tell now won't void it.

Powerline 2008 - Unregistered

June 07, 2010 1:45 PM

Pressure will be building up at RBR for sure. Reports from other F1 websites stated that RBR had to change their suspensions because of some legality issues. Therefore, RBR will lose some speed here. It'll take more than good marketing for RBR to keep their competitors at bay.


June 07, 2010 2:06 PM

Germany's Auto Motor und Sport now reveals that an element of the rear suspension was changed at Istanbul Park last weekend.

The report said the elements in question, hidden behind six burly Red Bull mechanics on recent grand prix grids, were aerodynamically shaped and at a 20 degree horizontal angle rather than the allowed five.

In response, Adrian Newey's design team reportedly shrouded the parts with round tubing in order to nullify the downforce-producing effect.

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