F1 » Horner: It'll be difficult for Red Bull to top F1 2010


Red Bull Racing team principal Christian Horner tells Crash.net that it will be difficult to top the emotions of F1 2010 for the energy drinks-backed outfit - but then, 'you can always do better'

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CC - Unregistered

December 17, 2010 12:45 PM

Ofcourse, they achieved the maximum in 2010, winning both the WDC and the WCC. It's always gonna be difficult to repeat that. I still think they will have the fastest car in 2011 though.

50 Cent - Unregistered

December 17, 2010 3:23 PM

so Rob,I assume you are basing this on what transpired last season. Then, would it not be safe to assume that before the other two will catch up we will hear McLaren complaining, filling protest, about RB's illegal design. Take that to the bank.

richard

December 17, 2010 4:16 PM

nice one , nifty! unfortunately mclaren tend to be underhand with their complaints. they wont formally protest anything, just take charlie aside and whisper in his year that there is something illegal. charlie really should say that he wont do anything unless a formal complaint is lodged.
but rbr cannot improve, other than win every race with 1-2s

rob01

December 17, 2010 4:50 PM

Ross also complained heavily. You guys got a hard on for McL? And both Red and McL have the bendy front end thing covered for next year. And they have the one up on the KERS. Red Bunk didn't use KERS and will be going through a steep learning curve. They will then cry, moan and stomp their feet about the lack of HP on the Renault. And someone complained about the best innovation of the season(fduct) and now it's gone.

50 Cent - Unregistered

December 17, 2010 6:28 PM

No, not a hard on RobO1. I just thought it was a fair comparison since McLaren was the one that filed the protest and not Ross. I believe that RB will be fine even with KERS. If you read Adrian's assessment of why they not used KERS two years ago it was because he thought the benefits derived were not enough to offset the extra weight. Keep in mind that Adrian will embrace the extra challenge probably as good as any other designer if not better. He's got a long history of meeting and exceeding expectations that would be hard to match by any of his contemporaries.

richard

December 17, 2010 8:14 PM
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rob. ok, brawn also complained, but less vociferously, due to the gift that he was given last year. if you think that the bulls will be handicapped by kers, wait till you see next years car, you will be in for a surprise!

FreeJack - Unregistered

December 18, 2010 12:49 AM

Hey Crash, I forgot since the last Red Bull article you wrote...who backs Red Bull racing? Oh, that's right...it's an energy drinks-backed outfit. Where are they based? Oh yeah, they're the Milton Keynes-based squad. Thanks, I'm sure I'll forget those between now and the next Red Bull Racing article and I can always count on you to refresh my memory...again.

107SS2009

December 18, 2010 12:35 PM

Richard, yes Brawn also complained but not only just less vociferously, much, much less, to the extent that at the time I thought he was just giving a hand to mclaren, I re enforced that thought when he next said that the front flexi wing was not the thing that was making the RB6 so fast.
As for KERS I will wait till I see next year's car running so whichever way it goes there will be no surprises for me!

F Fish - Unregistered

December 19, 2010 2:51 PM

Richard?????????????? We will be in for a supprise about nexts years RB or we might be in for a supprise??There is a huge difference.If it is the first then how do you know so much so soon??????? Just a thought

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