F1 » Newey praises Horner leadership for Red Bull success

His RB6 might be praised by many as the driving force behind Red Bull's incredible F1 2010 success, but Adrian Newey insists it is Christian Horner who should take most of the plaudits.

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November 25, 2010 6:41 AM

You know guys, the old hands in the sport and followers (ie richard) espouse this formula of 1 main driver and 1 donkey. What is wrong with having 2 drivers fight it out and consistently getting results and points. Not that i'm saying RBR haven't shafted MW this year, however, due to his results and SV combined, they have won both constructors and WDC. Pointedly, both drivers had a shot at the title (albeit you could say 1 after the car speed, tyre wear and strategy issues MW faced)

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