F1 » Horner: You can see why McLaren need Fallows…

Christian Horner is confident Red Bull will come out top of an legal battle launched by McLaren over the appointment of Dan Fallows.

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April 21, 2014 10:02 AM

"but with the changes at McLaren he decided he didn't want to join"

Basically saying the guy didn't want to work under Ron.

I don't think McLaren will win this one, if anything the employee broke the contract but how many times does someone sign a new contract and then go back to their previous employer, probably against his human rights to force him to work at McLaren.


April 21, 2014 11:28 AM

fourteenseven: ron made adrian newey an offer he couldnt refuse when newey was all set to join jaguar, if its good for the goose

Well remembered, not like Ron to be a hypocrite :p


April 21, 2014 11:31 AM

fourteenseven: ron made adrian newey an offer he couldnt refuse when newey was all set to join jaguar, if its good for the goose

Ahh, so it was Ron who inadvertently got Bobby Rahal sacked from Jaguar.


April 21, 2014 11:41 AM

McLaren doesn't want Fallows as they fully understand it is no point to force someone to work for you, they want to use this matter to force Red Bull to release Prodromou early but look like Horner playing it tough and want to take it to the court, which could take months, which mean Fallows can carry on working at Red Bull and Prodromou will have to wait until the end of the year to join McLaren, win win for Red Bull and McLaren will not gain anything, look like Ron Dennis making fool of himself once again.


April 21, 2014 12:07 PM

WadeAus: Horner, "You can see why McLaren need Fallows".

More like, you can see why Red Bull need Fallows.

Nothing wrong with the down force on the Red Bull car, if it had a decent engine the races would be a bit more interesting.

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