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Mal X

July 14, 2011 1:47 AM

F1 » Horner: No individual is bigger than the team


@Taipan, you need to look at the whole issue not just a selective part of it. While the mananger wants to protect his investment so to does the team onwer albeit his brand name, So Horner should listen to his boss and do what he is told. Please read the quote from 2010 Red Bull boss Dietrich Mateschitz says that he will not tell his drivers what to do. “Let the two drivers race and whatever will be will be,” he told the Graz newspaper Kleine Zeitung. “If Alonso wins then we will have been unlucky. The worst case scenario is that we don’t become champion. In which case we’ll do it next year. But our philosophy stays the same because this is a sport and it must remain a sport. We don’t manipulate things like Ferrari do."

Mal X

July 14, 2011 1:32 AM
Last Edited 1008 days ago

F1 » Horner: No individual is bigger than the team


Christian's logic is not sound. He say no one person is greater than the team, then why didn't he have the team member with the slower car move aside to allow the faster one to pass, team points (constructors) would not have change, they would have still got 2nd and 3rd. Christian Horner is the one who is damaging the RedBull brand name, as he is a Hypocrite

Mal X

July 11, 2011 11:35 AM
Last Edited 1011 days ago

F1 » Horner insists Webber 'free to race'


As I previous eluded to, it is time that Dietrich Mateschitz, owner of RedBull, needs to step in and tell Christian Horner to pull his head in or leave, as he is damaging the Red Bull Brand name. Who wants to win, when the competition is being hobbled. Its like the Spanish Matadors that fight small bulls that already have had sword stuck into them before the enter the ring, its a joke. Dietrich, is this what you want you brand to represent, I know Austria has close tie to Germany, but enough is enough. And good luck with the Spielberg Project.


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