F1 » Horner insists Webber 'free to race'


Red Bull Racing boss Christian Horner will have talks with disaffected driver Mark Webber following the team orders row that soured Sunday's British Grand Prix.

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Ben M - Unregistered

July 11, 2011 8:19 AM

Looked to me like Mark was trying pretty hard to overtake anyway, even when being told not to. After 8 races he still hadn't beat his team-mate, and he started here on pole on a track he loves. He really needed to at least beat Vettel here to get some of his confidence back.

TagoyKolokoy

July 11, 2011 8:30 AM

I thought redbull where pushing for individuality? Now they are saying the the team should be put first before individual goals? Yeah right, mark should be playing for the tea allright, vettels team that is. Horner is really a snake and he doesnt even hide it.

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