F1 » Horner keen to wrap up title quickly


Christian Horner says he hopes to see Red Bull wrap up the 2013 title sooner rather than later after taking another step towards the crown in Singapore

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Ptolemy

September 25, 2013 1:15 PM

Yeah, that "nail biter" of the last race of 2012 was one for the ages. I recently looked at a recap on YouTube and I must say that Brazil 2012 is one of the greatest F1 races of all time. Take a look for yourself. The action. The stakes. Racing incidents. Rain. Everything. You wanna talk about getting the lemmings excited? That race had to be IT. I know it almost gave me a heart attack.
...about 3 times.

Snakecharmer

September 25, 2013 8:42 PM

I don't think damage is the right word but it's sure as hell getting pretty damn boring ...... let's be honest, RB and Vettel are doing a brilliant job and it's up to the other teams to catch up BUT I'm pretty sure the booing trackside at race-end tells the story rather than BE telling us that the viewing figures are up yet again when viewers are in fact turning-off the minute Vettel takes the lead !!!

general

September 25, 2013 9:06 PM

a reliable v6 yet Horner keep giving him a bullet prove car he will get it done and leave no stones unturn for 2014 i have confidence that he will get his fifth also .check Renault vee6,s from the pass and see there have nothing to fear from merc nor ferrari that never build a reliable vee 6 yet only one supplier will give renault trouble but they comin in 2015 Honda

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