F1 » Stuck: Red Bull should ditch Horner, Marko for Tost


Both Christian Horner and Dr. Helmut Marko should be shifted aside by Red Bull magnate Dietrich Mateschitz in favour of Franz Tost following the PR disaster and 'absolute outrage' that characterised Red Bull Racing's British Grand Prix, claims ex-F1 ace Hans-Joachim Stuck...

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stone - Unregistered

July 16, 2010 2:09 PM

Agree Harry, someone independent, with knowledge, stating the obvious. I believe Horner would become a much better team leader if he wasn't looking over his shoulder all the time, and should be given a chance without Marko's clearly defined agenda's.

With a bit of luck and the damage that Marko has done publicly to the Red Bull brand, maybe Dietrich will get rid of this dark little character. It would be good for Vettel as well.


Flyfishing1

July 16, 2010 2:26 PM

Maybe Mr Redbull should stop the funding of thr RBR yuong driver program that helmet head mako shark is running.wonderbrat is the best that he can produce??I call that money wasted.Piss of mako and use that money to build more wings and maybe get a real adviser??Problem is MR Redbull has no idea about F1,can't speak english and relied on helmet head who seams to be a nutcat and very one eyed.

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