F1 » Marko: Defending both titles will be difficult


Red Bull Racing will be aiming to defend both its F1 titles next season, but knows that it faces renewed competition from McLaren and Ferrari.

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Dee - Unregistered

December 02, 2011 12:42 PM

There is little doubt that Red Bull have put together a team and structure to succeed in F1. While I see other teams trying to bridge the gap, it will be more difficult for them to do this than for Red Bull to maintain the advantage they currently have, thanks to the way the team has been set up.

As for the previous poster's "monkey" comments, without a solid support driver, Red Bull would not have won the constructor's title so easily. With Button and Hamilton both very quick, Red Bull would not have risked carrying a low achieving second driver incapable of gaining podiums. Why make such ignorant comments when Webber made the same number of podiums as Alonso, and almost double the number of Hamilton. If Webber is a "monkey" then what does that make the likes of Hamilton and the rest of the field? What a silly comment.

yawn - Unregistered

December 02, 2011 3:11 PM

Adrian Newey - Check
Sebastian Vettel - Check
Mark Webber - Check

Somehow I think that it won't be that hard at all...
For the sake of my entertainment I hope otherwise...

Googolplex

December 03, 2011 7:59 AM

RBR have re-signed Mark presumably because they considered him their best available option to support the phenomenal Seb. I suspect those making the decisions within RBR as to who is best placed to drive the second Red Bull is them.

There are a few posters on this thread who know alot more than me about F1, but I suspect not more than those people who are making the decisions at RBR.

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