F1 » Horner: Ferrari switch 'never' on agenda


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slightlysideways - I think it goes without saying that a team principal on their own isn't going to make a team successful. But with the resources he has to work with, he's pulled together a fantastic team and, after a more humble start, lead them to great successes. Sure, without the team he wouldn't necessarily have achieved it... but that's part of what he has achieved. And on the other hand, a fantastic group of individuals isn't necessarily going to go anywhere if the man in charge of pulling them all together is rubbish at his job. It isn't down to any one person (even Newey), but Horner has certainly played his part well.



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