F1 » Horner: Best drivers may not equal best line-up


Christian Horner again rebuffs suggestions that Lewis Hamilton could be Red Bull Racing-bound in 2013 - by insisting that 'it's all about harmony and team at the end of the day – it's not about individuals'...

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Cobalt

June 28, 2011 1:49 AM

Horners "it's not about individuals" doesnt reflect fans interests.
I for one have no interest in energy drink team whatsoever. I watch F1 to see drivers race each other.
It would be great to see Seb vs Lulu in equal cars on equal terms. But I doubt it is going to happen.

I started watching F1 when Villeneuve and Hill were racing each other in the same team. That was an enertainment!

DontTalkShite

June 28, 2011 5:45 AM

We have Lewis and Horner denouncing any moves are afoot, and crazy Marko saying anything is possible. This story just wont go away, and as the saying goes, were theres smoke, theres fire. Webber, i'm not even sure podium finishes from here on will save your seat. It looks like the writing is on the wall.

blzbub

June 28, 2011 9:10 AM

Red Bull have been in the lead for 80 percent of race laps this year, all of them to vettel, lewis hamilton completed the fewest race laps out of the top five drivers last year, hes already completed the fewest of the top five this year

kiwibob - Unregistered

June 28, 2011 9:52 AM

DontTalkShite webber will be at rbr racing again next year he could go anywhere he wants as he knows too much about the red bull car other teams would love him so don,t talk ****e

Cobalt

June 28, 2011 9:54 AM

@DTS, Anything would be better than what is happening this year.

We knew the WDC and WCC after 6 races. Why bother with the rest of the season?

I am sure they would quickly learn that crashing into each other would let Alonso win the WDC.

DontTalkShite

June 28, 2011 10:03 AM

@Cobalt, it would definitely be more entertaining than what weve seen so far.Although, just like the certainty of SV winning all the time, we'll be faced with the certainty of Lewis taking Seb out on the first turn everytime:)

richard

June 28, 2011 10:31 AM

there appears to be little disharmony this year. mark seems to have accepted that seb is the fastest driver. however, mark is still a good back up driver, although he has his good days and bad days. when he makes an error, he becomes fired up and can make good recoveries. i cannot see webber voluntarily leaving rbr, nor can i see rbr ditching webber.

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