F1 » Brundle: Red Bull has a huge problem

Former drivers weigh on the debate over team orders at Red Bull Racing following the controversial Malaysian Grand Prix.

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ryan - Unregistered

March 25, 2013 8:48 PM

Firstly incredibly happy that Martin Brundle is commenting on Star Sports , its just great to have him and hear his fair comments on all drivers unlike Steve Slater who was heavily biased against drivers like Kimi who we all love and favoured ferrari drivers. Agree with Martin on Vettel,authority needs to be reinforced and the german should be put in place.

Ptolemy - Unregistered

March 25, 2013 9:42 PM

Who are these idiots? Martin Brundle. David Coulthard. John Watson.
Why is any attention being given to these "experts." I don't think they know any more about the sport than I do.


March 25, 2013 10:08 PM

i want to see a race not a team deciding in the pits who they choose to win what is wrong with everyone ,moto gp has done this in the past as well its either a race or a show ,like wwe where are all the true race fans gone f1 and moto gp are just so fake its such a shame really disappointed ..loved the end of the nascar race flat out all the way to the flag any other sport would call team orders match fixing,do the guys who put money on rosberg get their money back..


March 25, 2013 10:25 PM

all so just want to say that this was my second f1 race in years ,watched my home race last week and really enjoyed it really liked the iceman but now really dissapointed where have the gladiators gone in modern sport , when its a true race from start to finish no taking dives i might watch again truly disappointed with so called world championships in both 2 wheel and 4 wheel...ps the hate toward vettel does the sport no favours also cheers mick racing fan

John Marston - Unregistered

March 25, 2013 10:41 PM

Another thing I can't understand. Webber has said Vettel ignored team orders, Horner has said Vettel ignored team orders, Vettel himself has admitted he did wrong! so why are people still defending him saying he did nothing wrong?? The man himself has admitted the mistake! It's pretty clear he FU*KED UP!

John - Unregistered

March 25, 2013 10:49 PM

"As a result, Webber is always going to feel that Vettel remains the favoured son"

Who writes these stupid articles? Webber has never been punished for any of his numerous breakings of team orders - why should he feel that Vettel is the "favored son"?

John - Unregistered

March 25, 2013 10:52 PM

"Webber has said Vettel ignored team orders"

Webber has also said that Webber ignored team orders. Does that bother you even a little bit, or is breaking team orders only a mortal sin when done by your hate puppet?

John - Unregistered

March 25, 2013 10:56 PM

"Seb only caught and passed Webber because Webber followed instructions to turn down his engine settings to save the tires.
He was having no problems staying on front of Vettel when at full power."

You clearly did not watch the race. If Sebs engine was at "full power" and Marks at "reduced power" then Seb could have easily passed him on the long straights.

If you want t know what actually happened, try watching the race.


March 25, 2013 11:08 PM
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The end of last year was a huge problem for Red Bull. They had Mark not giving a dang about his team mate and maybe for good reason. To start this year RedBull knew they needed peace in the garage. Rules were apparently set forth as to ease Marks concerns/pains for what he believed to be unequal treatment. Horner was given an opportunity to show Mark that it was equal. And took it. So later in the year Mark would give back when needed. Then Vettel messes the whole thing up. Silly Silly boy. Same as Horner told him. He pis sed in his own cornflakes and then lied about. A slap in Horners face.

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