F1 » Horner insists 'healthy driver rivalry' no problem


"I think it's a healthy rivalry, even though they took things into their own hands," insists Red Bull team principal.

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pitstops3

April 12, 2013 2:16 PM

After seeing Horner in the press conference earlier it seems to me that he has just about had enough of this whole thing,it is dragging on a bit,and why does lord Marko never talk to Webber talk about being rude.

Anonymous - Unregistered

April 12, 2013 2:38 PM

The relationship has been anything but healthy. They have been awful with team chemistry, and in my opinion, again this is my opinion, it stems from Webber's jealousy after Vettel won over him in 2010.

richard

April 12, 2013 3:27 PM

the golden rule is..the first person you must beat is your teammate...so there has to be rivalry, unless we want "after you claude.....no, after you" to prevail. seb has to beat webber and webber has to beat seb. i know who my money is on.......

Ex-racer - Unregistered

April 12, 2013 3:30 PM

Well that shows how much authority Horner wields - virtually none.

Possibly because he has earnt no respect from all of this. We all see who is boss now.... Vettel and his buddy Marco, everyone else is a bit player.

Shoddy way to run a team and I reckon not one that will earn them success in the long run.

Having little respect from those in your team isn't a great way to "manage" that team.

Poor Christian.

Ricmcl - Unregistered

April 12, 2013 3:36 PM

Horner has no control. Marko looms over him and pulls the strings.

Vettel says he doesn't run the team but latest interviews almost contradict that.

I guess while they're in the news sales of RB will rise which is what they are after.

Fernandabulous

April 12, 2013 3:44 PM
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they made big improvements since Turkey a few years back, they didnt crash and got the one-two finish. The one canstant being Christian Horner attempting to dodge the question 'who's in charge here?'

Bzzzzt - Unregistered

April 12, 2013 3:55 PM

"It's happened, and we move on - but it doesn't change anything."

Exactly. It doesn't change anything, Seb will do exactly what he wants whenever he wants it, and Chris Horner will sit there in press conferences and continue to make apologies for him.

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