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[Gizmo World] Horner rules out switch to troubled Ferrari | Gizmo World: 2012, F1′s most famous team, Ferrari, has kicked off its new title campaign in stark contrast, with a car not yet
[Egglets News] Mark Webber 2012 Red Bull F1 Car Update | Egglets News: Christian Horner, the Red Bull Racing boss is quite confident that the 2012 Red Bull F1 Car will be able to win the 2012 Melbourne Grand Prix. Mark Webber has everything required to win at Albert Park.
[l ? l Bajan Sun Hot Spot] McLaren confident new Formula 1 car can compete at all circuits | l ...: But Lowe pointed to McLaren’s strong performance in pre-season testing on Barcelona’s Circuit de Catalunay, the most demanding track in Formula 1 of a car’s all-round capabilities, as evidence that McLaren should be strong again in Malaysia.
[Rush Lane] Jenson Button most likely as champion challenger from Mclaren in ...: Red Bull is comfortable with their two drivers Jean-Eric Vergne and Daniel Ricciardo who are both talented and deserve the opportunity. Vettel and Hamilton partnership could not work due to the fact that both have very strong characters. Horner also said that Red Bull would be going ahead with their two drivers and offers them an opportunity to see how they evolve. Horner was sure that the two new youngsters Jean-Eric Vergne and Daniel Ricciardo would do wonders for the team.
[Boomarking.com | Published News] Red Bull chief Horner: 'Vettel can still improve' - CNN.com ...: Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel dominated Formula One in 2011 en route to clinching a second consecutive world title, but team principal Christian Horner has warned his rivals the German can still get better.
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[SMTDaily.com] Lewis Hamiton dismisses Red Bull's comments that Button is more ...: Red Bull’s Team Principal Christian Horner as stated that he thinks Jenson Button will be a bigger threat than Hamilton in this seasons F1. He did however say that Vettel would maintain his world title crown.
[spikecolier's blog] Q and A: Horner on Spa win and tyres - spikecolier's blog: Spa saw Red Bull Racing deliver its first one-two finish since May's Turkish Grand Prix, and Sebastian Vettel end a brief victory drought that had seen him off the top step of the podium since Valencia in June. But it was not a straightforward event, with the champion team at the centre of controversy over blistering Pirelli tyres.
[This and that | Ripple's Web] This and that | Ripple's Web » Red Bull chief: 'Vettel can still improve': The 24-year-old won 11 of 19 grands prix last season to become the sports youngest double world champion, but Horner insists Vettel is still developing ahead of the 2012 seasons opening race in Australia next weekend.
[Formula 1 Blog] Reason for Webber's slow starts in 2011? | Formula 1 Blog: And for all the commentary by folks saying that it’s all the car and not the driver as a way to minimize Vettel, Webber really is the weakness in the argument, unless Webber just totally sucks and shouldn’t be driving in F1. And I don’t think anyone would say that.
[Tech Trend] Technical row over 'F-duct' Formula One wing | Tech Trend: The chief executive and chairman of the Boise-based memory chip maker Micron died Friday morning when a small, experimental fixed-wing plane he was piloting crashed .
[CrunchGear] Kers Well That Ends Well: Victorious Red Bull Doesn't Even Bother ...: Sebastian Vettel, from Germany and driving for Red Bull, won the race by I think 800 seconds over his nearest opponent, McLaren's Lewis Hamilton. Red Bull's team principal, Christian Horner, said after the raceand it was a .
[Your Daily Update Blog] Vettel will only get better: Red Bull team boss | Your Daily Update Blog: For sure he isn’t there yet.”Vettel crashed his car in Friday first practice at Suzuka but still grabbed pole position on Saturday after the team flew a new version of the smashed front wing out from England.He also crashed in practice in Canada and Turkey, but qualified on pole for both races as well.On Sundays, he has not finished lower than fourth and has scored points in his last 17 Grands Prix.Last year, he suffered three retirements and had another finish out of the points.The irony, as Vettel himself pointed out at Suzuka on Sunday evening, is that this year’s Red Bull is perhaps less dominant than the 2010, one even though the results have been better. The big difference has been reliability, with the Renault engine running faultlessly.”I think with a less dominant car than last year, we were able to do a very, very good job,”
[Mikeparwell's blog] Red Bull under the spotlight - Mikeparwell's blog: After Sebastian Vettel won the Brazilian Grand Prix from the team's points leader Mark Webber at Interlagos, Der Spiegel noted: "Red Bull gives (Fernando) Alonso wings". Not switching the places means that Spaniard Alonso can take his Ferrari to just second place this weekend in Abu Dhabi and be champion, whereas the alternative strategy would have set up Webber for a straight fight.
[Your Daily Update Blog] Horner positive after RB8 track debut | Your Daily Update Blog: Although it is too early to read anything into the overall laptimes, with Mark Webber fourth fastest, eight tenths of a second off Lotus driver Kimi Raikkonen, Horner was encouraged that the RB8 was performing as hoped.