F1 » Horner proud after race of 'maximum stress'

Christian Horner praises Sebastian Vettel and the Red Bull Racing team over F1 title success

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Hertfordshire - Unregistered

November 26, 2012 9:07 AM

Well deserved, a quality team with a genius as a engineer and a young driver who will break many records as age is on his side. Although not a fan of Horner must give him credit for assembling a great team and he has used the Austrian owners money wisely.

Luke - Unregistered

November 26, 2012 10:02 AM

great title and great tributes paid to their adversaries! Really a proven champion who I hope goes on to take much more success. As a team they showed more class too then Ferrari who were looking to drop Massa in the first quarter while RB stayed focused on their goal without complaint. Worthy Champions!!!


November 26, 2012 10:22 AM
Last Edited 1172 days ago

Webber's points were deemed for himself as for his glory ( which is normal) and for his future contract's backup. The team's account only came in the third place only as for him.

Jiri Simek

November 26, 2012 1:25 PM

They have bought everything, everybody. Their developments were always subject to speculations and highly suspicios in my mind. They have even bought the marshals to make sure that passing under yellow will remain without penalty. Disgusting!

Gweed - Unregistered

November 26, 2012 1:58 PM

Jiri, you blind mate?

It wasn't a yellow flag, it was for the slippery surface! Deal with it!
If it was a real yellow flag, ferrari's vultures would have spread their poison at the FIA immidiately!!!

I hope you sleep well!


November 26, 2012 2:12 PM

gweed. it has been explained on nearly every site, ferrari have agreed that there was no violation, etc etc. but there are still some sore losers who want to live in a fantasy world!


November 26, 2012 3:14 PM


A bit bitter there dude. I'd say that forcing your 2nd driver into a 5 grid penalty could be considered disgusting by some rather than your imaginary yellow flag.

Hertfordshire - Unregistered

November 26, 2012 8:12 PM

Jiri it seems like mixed signals coming from the FIA/stewards. Vettel did overtake while the yellow lights were showing at the same time the red and yellow flags were also on denoting slippery service.

According to one of the Stewards Gary Collenly, Vettel did not pass under the yellow flag as no flags were actually being physically waved, so why have yellow lights if they don't represent what they are supposed to mean.


November 26, 2012 8:59 PM
Last Edited 1171 days ago

rgb. oh rgb! have you not read the explanations given here and elsewhere?

WAVED yellow flags and/or FLASHING yellow lights signify an accident and no overtaking,

red and yellow waved flag, or solid yellow (they cannot make a twotone light) signify a slippy track.

the stewards have said that only slippy track signs were out.
video shows red and yellow flags being waved and a non-flashing yellow
cars have an onboard display for flashing yellows. on board sebs car, there was NO yellow showing.
ferrari say there was no flashing yellow. they went entirely by a query that button had made.

maybe button was stirring the pot, but is seems that he certainly fooled you!

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