F1 » Alonso/Red Bull rumours add intrigue to summer break


The lack of a concrete denial from Christian Horner adds fuel to speculation that Fernando Alonso may be chasing Red Bull seat for 2014.

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Roadster

July 29, 2013 11:31 PM

Looka da Marshmallow likes to constantly remind us that no driver is bigger than Ferrari. Well maybe he should work towards improving the car, rather than slagging the drivers. Ferrari is only Fernando Alonso away from battling Williams and Toro Rosso for that last championship point.

Mustafur

July 30, 2013 11:14 AM

Alonso and Vettel in the one team will not work, both drivers have a proven track record of having a dummy spit when under pressure from a team mate.

I think Kimi wouldn't be soo bad in terms of team harmony but i don't think Redbull will not give equal treatment if things start going pear shaped.

All the top teams apart from Mercedes in my view have two drivers that could potentially go for a title in their team anyway, so i don't really see it as a requirement to win the constructors.

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