F1 » Horner: Title tension was good for F1 – if not for us!


In an exclusive interview as he finally pauses to look back upon a spectacular season for Red Bull Racing, Christian Horner relives the highest highs and lowest lows of F1 2010.


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not born yesterday - Unregistered

December 04, 2010 4:37 PM

107 nailed it :)

The trouble is Horner cannot worm his way out of it, because the evidence throughout the season shows the opposite of what he's saying now. Remember Webber's stolen wing? And then after Interlagos, when asked about race strategy for Abu, he said in the BBC interview something like: "Well, obviously Seb drives for the team and will do what's in the team's interest every time"! *hint* *hint* *nod* *wink*

The trouble with this disingenuous approach is exactly that. He thinks he's the clever one and everybody else is an idiot.

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