Team principal Christian Horner insists that Red Bull Racing will head for next weekend's British Grand Prix in positive mood, despite a beleaguered campaign so far in 2015.

The Milton Keynes outfit, so used to turning up at Silverstone as one of the favourites for victory, will roll in from the A43 a distant fourth in the teams' standings this season, with the most local of local rivals, Force India, hot on its heels, but Horner - himself at the centre of rumours about his future - insists that pride won't let the team capitulate in front of its home crowd.

"We go to Silverstone now, our second home race in a row, and I do think there is a different feeling for us there, with it being so close to the factory" he noted, "It's a superb place and there is a level of support there, not just for us, but also for F1 in general, that is genuinely unique.

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"It won't be an easy weekend by any means given the layout of the circuit, but there are fewer corners than Austria and throw in a bit of British summer weather and you never know....

"The attitude within the team is the same as always - heads down, tails up and just going for it. That's how we've always gone racing and it's how we'll continue..."