F1 » Red Bull: Staying out was the only option

Red Bull insisted that sticking to the one-stop strategy until the very last minute was their only option, even though McLaren say they found the decision mystifying.

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June 11, 2012 5:03 AM

Staying out was the only option says Horner. No it wasn't on a track notorious on tires and brakes and the Pirelli tires are not the Bridgestones of the past. Red Bull along with Ferrari dropped the ball in Canada.

subra - Unregistered

June 11, 2012 7:30 AM

No you mad the mistake of starting on super soft.Seeing his speed in Q1 with next grade soft would have been better as he would have been able to stay out longer.


June 11, 2012 1:50 PM

subra. seb had to start on super softs, as he qualified on them.

matt, they could not have done anything with webber, as he was basically off pace at the start, even though he picked up his speed towards the end. he seems to do that quite a lot, for some reason, but he did radio in that the car was not picking up out of corners.

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