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Nonsense! Horner should know better than to play the public blame game after the first alleged failure in two years of a third party component. McLaren bid to be the supplier and have an excellent reliability record. To suggest foul play is childish and irresponsible. And if McLaren were to sabotage a driver's ECU, do you think they would choose Weber's? If he thinks Red Bull can do a better job then he should consider bidding on the contract when it comes up again. Oh right, Red Bull doesn't make electronics, or engines, or gearboxes for that matter.