F1 » Horner: Red Bull's strategy is unchanged


Despite many observers urging Red Bull Racing to now get behind Mark Webber as their only chance of pipping Ferrari rival Fernando Alonso to the F1 2010 drivers' crown, team principal Christian Horner maintains that no such tactic will be employed...

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Mark _

October 25, 2010 8:14 PM
Last Edited 1356 days ago

As we all know what they say and do may be two completely different things. What Red Bull does will depend on what the others are doing. If in Brazil Vettel is leading with Webber in second and Alonso or Hamilton in third they will have a really difficult choice to make. At least Brazil is the only race that could have this conundrum. By the last race it will be clear what if any action the team needs to take.

Optimaximal - Unregistered

October 25, 2010 8:45 PM

The only thing for sure is, if Horner makes the wrong call and pushes for Vettel to have equal placing if he isn't ahead of Webber after Brazil and Red Bull end up losing the title because of it, he has no recourse but to resign...

The guy simply has no management balls, as evidenced by his almost politician-esque way of avoiding questions about the teams commitment to Webber. Mateschitz & Marko are calling the teams shots - Horner is just the public face.

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