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there is no way he can beat the politics inside the team. the power resides in helmut marko, and vettel.
even the body language of the red bull team member in the room before the podium in india, said how much the team rallies around vettel.
do you really think a 36 yr old aussie from a country of barely 20 million, has as much marketing clout as a young german guy who is being groomed into the next schumacher?
think about the money and sponsorship involved. think about the redbull brand's marketing long term marketing strategies. they want to create a motorsport megastar who breaks all the records, it's what the red bull brand is about. it's marketing, not motorsport.