F1 » Horner: Ferrari switch 'never' on agenda

Christian Horner describes new deal with Red Bull as a 'natural extension' and that he 'never' considered moving to rivals Ferrari

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WeStY1989 - Unregistered

February 10, 2013 9:40 AM

cnt stand theses articles whats with keep saying vettel and now horner jumping ship too ferrari when the have won the last 3 championships. it aint guna happen unless redbull get serious issues but with the mastermind newey and the lighting quick vettel they seem to be untouchable these two are going to have a great era in f1 and its already started .. vettel and newey are by far the deadliest pair in f1 also thinking they are keeping mark webber on as they dont want know1 coming between vettel and the championship altho alonso was very close to getting the crown vettel has the upper hand...NEWEY...


February 10, 2013 2:07 PM

Over the past 3 years RB has been a very successful F1 team going from nothing to something in almost overnight and Horner has been intergral that success.

With that in mind it make alot sense for RB to do everything in their power to keep him on the team and I wouldn't be suprised if RB gave him a contract that rivaled the pay of Derek Jeter.

Angelina - Unregistered

February 10, 2013 8:02 PM

I don't think Horner is an important factor for rbr's success but we have to remember that his team Arden were champs in f3 when he was their team principal and they r not the champs anymore with a diff. team principal.

Max Power - Unregistered

February 11, 2013 3:03 AM

Don't worry Ferrari doesn't want you anyway Horner, in fact you're the last person along with Marko that Ferrari wants to see in their team. So just f*** off! Stay in your Red Cow, nobody cares.

Yak - Unregistered

February 11, 2013 4:17 AM

slightlysideways - I think it goes without saying that a team principal on their own isn't going to make a team successful. But with the resources he has to work with, he's pulled together a fantastic team and, after a more humble start, lead them to great successes. Sure, without the team he wouldn't necessarily have achieved it... but that's part of what he has achieved. And on the other hand, a fantastic group of individuals isn't necessarily going to go anywhere if the man in charge of pulling them all together is rubbish at his job. It isn't down to any one person (even Newey), but Horner has certainly played his part well.

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