F1 » Horner: Mark won't go, RBR 'more together than ever'

Asserting that the contentious Silverstone 'favouritism' issue 'is now resolved', Red Bull Racing team principal Christian Horner insists the energy drinks-backed outfit is 'more together than ever' and that Mark Webber has no intention of leaving

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Rob - Unregistered

July 13, 2010 4:49 PM

As a former Redbull fan the only thing i believe about this story is they wont get themselves in a position to publicly support Vettel over Webber. Even if they have just one part i reckon it would stay at the factory unless Vettel was leading again. I dont know why drivers expect more help then their teammates it would feel like a tainted win.


July 13, 2010 4:55 PM

i have to admit that the vettel/webber 'punch up' is one of the highlights of the season so far for me, the fact that red bull havent learned anything from mclarens 2007 giveaway makes it fun for the viewers, but not good for the teams title challenges

mart - Unregistered

July 13, 2010 5:16 PM

I think this goes back to the crash, the fact that anybody can put any blame on Webber for that collision. There is something wrong somewhere.

Mark _

July 13, 2010 5:30 PM

@mart - My take on the collision was that Webber could have avoided it but decided not to. After seeing the way that he nailed Kovi in Valencia maybe his reflexes are not that quick and he actually could not react quick enough to avoid the Vettel collision.

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