F1 » Horner: We can’t assume success

Christian Horner says it would be easy for people to become complacent about Red Bull's run of success

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November 08, 2013 5:50 PM
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Magnificent. .phenomenal ....unbelievably....
It is not that often to hear such adjectives from someone regarding his own business. Moreover, it's hard to believe that the same person is rejecting complacency.
But in all fairness, if it is to give someone due credit for what he says, I can't see a more entitled person than CH.


November 08, 2013 7:34 PM

cassio ... ross brawn ! got to say ross just says how it is. no beating around the bush with this guy. horner tends to say (in the last 3/4 races) "merc ferrari and lotus looking good" probably knowing full well vettel will run away with it come race day as he has done the last 7 races, ok some races might have been a challenge for seb but his strategy and form has been so precise i cant see any1 beating him this season unless he has a DNF


November 09, 2013 10:29 AM

sunny. all a bit of hogwash. according to the "report", FI APPLIED to be at the filming, and received permission from red bull. now, if red bull were really testing parts, do you really believe that they would agree to a rep from another team being there?
still, merc did THEIR best to avoid anyone seeing the test where they were trying new parts and tyres!
so if the report is true, red bull were at least more honourable than merc!


November 09, 2013 10:40 AM

Richard, I believe that there is an agreement for such testing or what's called promotional running for there to be a right for an observers.
As for what they did or didn't do I will not dare take it as far as you did because I cannot vouch for what they did and I assume that you can.

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