F1 » Horner: No risk means no fun – and we'll sleep fine


As he continues to stick to his guns ahead of a title showdown that will prove Red Bull Racing either right or spectacularly wrong in its approach to the F1 2010 drivers' crown, team principal Christian Horner reasons that 'if there's no risk, there's no fun'

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richard

November 12, 2010 10:42 AM

looking at sebs dominance in first practice (and yes, it it only practice!), it looks as if he will be the king maker, but it will be interesting to see which of the three will be king. no real surprises in practice so far.

Ducvrwebferfan

November 12, 2010 11:25 AM

If let's say the points were the other way round, Vettel been 2nd behind Alonzo and mark third.
If mark was winning in brazil I would bet my house on it that Horner would have told mark to let seb past, so seb would be only one point behind Alonzo.
But it's not like that anyway and MV who might only have a couple of years left maybe lost his chance to be world champ.
Seb's got 10 years to win a championship so why not give it to mark

Observer - Unregistered

November 12, 2010 11:52 AM

And somehow crash and most of the posters here have made it seem like MW being behind FA in the standings is all because of RBR and SV. Yeah right. It would not happen to have anything to do with his **** up in Korea. If he was half as consistent as people here seem to think the title would have been his ages ago. Of the three drivers topping the standings he is the least deserving of the title after all those mistakes and taking others out with him. Yet it is SV people choose to call crash kid.

#46 Renovation - Unregistered

November 12, 2010 12:00 PM

I am quite shocked to see a motorsport website writing critically about RBR's "equal opportunity", racing-first approach for its 2 drivers as "misguided" and even appear to be urging RBR to formalize a team order. Only a few weeks ago, Crash.net was hoarsely lambasting Ferrari precisely for employing just such team orders. At least, Ferrari has been clear, consistent and hamfisted over the years in its approach no matter the bruhaha. Just who is the hypocrite now crash.net, huh?

TOSF1

November 12, 2010 12:28 PM

You watch...Lewis, Jensen and Filipe will decide the champion. What they do and where they end up after saturday will be crucial. It's shaping up nicely for a nail biter. One slip or hickup by the WC contenders and these guys will be pouncing and really deciding the reasult.

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