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Jez, we're a fickle bunch ... Brawn was slated to hell and back, and still is, and now he's better than Horner, the most recent double drivers and constructors champions? ... There is no pleasing some, but I will say this. Horner is probably needed more by the sport than any other team principal.
Horner is a huge advocate of getting the fans closer to the sport, constantly demonstrated by his willingness to provide interview after interview, also allowing his team the time to do this over a hectic busy race weekend.
No matter what we think, F1 needs CH, I say let the dust settle and then lets evaluate whatever responce that comes from him to resolve or redress the balance within the team.