F1 » Red Bull Racing 'never take winning for granted'


Christian Horner insists that for all of the team's success in F1, Red Bull Racing 'never takes winning for granted' - and stresses that solving its KERS issues is not the team's primary concern right now

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50 Cent - Unregistered

April 14, 2011 4:29 PM

Interestingly, the FIA is considering single detection, double activation DRS, whereby once enabled, the wing could be used at two points on the lap instead of just one. Taking Melbourne as an example. The DRS would be enabled if the car were within the one second gap at the penultimate corner, then you have a first activation point on the pit straight and a second one between Turns 2 and 3. It wouldn't suit some circuits, but it would work in some places, like Istanbul coming up next month, for example.

MichaelE

April 14, 2011 7:09 PM

@ blzbub I agree! They better enjoy it while it last! One dominant team in F1 is not good for the sport! It's not good when we look forward to quaifying instead of the race! I have a feeling "fingers" fortunes will be changing! Remember the Schumacher years? Bernie will start pulling his hair out real soon!

christy - Unregistered

April 15, 2011 1:41 AM

never take winning for granted?..i think its never take illegal front wing and illegal car issues..that what honer is trying to say or covering up!...i think he knows whats inside ther car that gives them advanatge

sooner or later something or secrets will be leak and Rebull will be in the spotlight..i always think there always something that is illegal in RB7...it cant be that fast..remember ferrari built from sratch a brand new car for alonso and it cant quite match for the speed,,,i suspect RB7 has mini turbo boost from kers-(already stored energy) without even charging from braking.. and i think!! its automatic boost!

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