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There are basically two types of teams in F1 - those who allow their drivers to race each other, such as Williams and McLaren, and those, such as Ferrari who's drivers are openly numbers one, or two. I get the impression that Red Bull (as voiced by their Principal) try to cover both options by saying they have no preference between drivers, but then push in a direction that seems to always favour one in particular. Marko openly holds this line (of Vettel being the Nr1), whereas Horner persists with the "no preference" stance. Maybe he (Horner), as an employee, just as Webber is, should also stick to the company policy and be open with everyone about driver status. After all, given their recent successes, you can hardly criticise their strategies.