F1 » Horner stands by Silverstone wing decision

Red Bull Racing team principal Christian Horner remains adamant that the wing swap that provoked such controversy at Silverstone 'was the right decision' - and that it 'shouldn't be an issue at all moving forward'

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F1init - Unregistered

July 15, 2010 9:16 PM

Horner's just another half baked shonky wheeler dealer with a wedge of money behind him. He's spent years talking BS, nothing changes.
One day all race teams may get pro managers who talk straight and do straight deals, not likely in our lifetime though :)

The Girl Next Door - Unregistered

July 15, 2010 11:42 PM

Horner doesn't have a clue what's going on below him.

He is presiding over mismanagement at lower levels and numerous marital affairs by senior staff at the races leading to ill discipline at all levels.
Ultimately therefore losing the championship this year as he did last year for the very same reasons.

Nice guy but needs to get a real grip of his managers.
I doubt Helmut Marko knows the half of it!

Ray Watson - Unregistered

July 16, 2010 2:15 AM

This PR show has gone on long enough.

AS a educated public that can see right through it it is time to show there sponsor we do not like it.



July 16, 2010 6:48 AM

The girl next door.

Horner doesn't have a clue what's going on below him.

He is presiding over mismanagement at lower levels and numerous marital affairs by senior staff at the races leading to ill discipline at all levels

What are you not telling us here??? Please tell more.

Also if you listen to Homer Horner inm the interview here on Crash he says that the wing was taken off Webber's car and xrayed or whatever.Then he says elsewhere that the wing was taken off Webber's car with 25 mins to qualifying.Two stories from the same mouth??Which one to believe


July 16, 2010 7:29 AM

are red bull now going to take all there decisions in the media spotlight, perhaps have a poll and let the public phone in and decide what to do, is he trying to run the team by public oppinion because he seems to make a decision, gauge the publics reaction and then reacts to that, he should have put this fire out on saturday instead of letting it run on and on!

What a clown - Unregistered

July 16, 2010 8:14 AM

This guy is amazing...can talk out of both sides of his mouth and butt at the same time....does he not remember the lie he has said before each new lie....someone get him an assistant to jot down each statement so he can at least compare notes before opening his mouth... maybe Eddie would be a good assistant...

HartleyF1 - Unregistered

July 16, 2010 9:37 AM

“Such things should not be aired in public,” the 23-year-old Vettle told German newspaper Bild. “They should be handled internally by Red bull who would make him see that I am the chosen one. I'm brought up to show respect for team orders. The most important thing is me being number one within the team. We have a really strong car that Mark is responsible for making me crash in, and the only thing that can stop us is my team mate Mark Webber, not letting me past so easily!.” :p

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