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With all these things they come as a package so there is probably an equal share. The problem is the cars seem quite sensitive in dirty air, for Max we didn't see his true potential in clean air. I felt that we had Kimi's pace today but I think we have a half-second to find at this track to be on terms with the cars ahead. I think it will be incremental at every event. It is the usual suspects and looking at the amount of notes Adrian Newey is taking away I am sure he is going to be pretty busy.feedback
Mar 29 2017
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Christian Horner is associated, including Ecclestone, Bernie, and area. Most recently, Christian Horner has been quoted saying: “To be honest I don't think we're that far behind. With Mercedes I think we have about half a second to find. Ferrari have been very impressive here and probably had the quickest car here. We probably had the third quickest car here and we've got to find a good half-second to get into the fight ahead. Max was pushing Kimi [Raikkonen] hard all race but we didn't have the pace of [Sebastian] Vettel or [Lewis] Hamilton.” in the article Red Bull need to find 0.5s to join title fight.
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The cars are going to stretch the drivers. We don't know whether the racing is going to be better over the year or not but I think the drivers are going to be working harder, you're going to get perhaps more differential between drivers and they're going to have to work harder for overtakes when arguably some of them have been a little bit too easy over recent years.feedback

The D.R.S. effect is, in fact, stronger now, so I'm not so convinced about the overtaking concerns.feedback

The cars look great. They certainly look more like Formula One cars, and they are definitely giving the drivers more of a workout.feedback

He has the petulance of youth. He pushes, he challenges but that's what you want to see in a driver as well. You want there to be a pure spirit in there and not try to dampen it down and over‑manage it. Like any artist in many respects, you have to give them the freedom to breathe. He is growing in experience every grand prix weekend and getting stronger and stronger and the potential is what is so exciting.feedback

That was one of the best drives I've seen in Formula One. This is what I have always done in my life, just racing and driving cars and go-karts fast. I have always been relaxed and that made me fast and so I will have the same approach if fighting for a world title. It will get more intense but you have to be fully on top of it all the time.feedback

The biggest critic I have in my life is my dad, so everything else is just a breeze, it doesn't really matter to me. As a driver it is important to focus on yourself and believe in yourself and there shouldn't be a reason why when you are in F1, when there is more attention, that you change your approach.feedback

I am expecting there to be close racing between the two, but the bottom line is they both work for the team. We are not going to create some enormous rule book for each and every scenario. The rules of engagement are clear. The priority is the team. We expect them to be hard but fair. They will get the same equipment, the same chance, the same opportunities.feedback

The engagement we have had has been enormous. We nearly crashed the Red Bull servers with the influx of following and that is purely an advertisement for what's coming. The broadcasters won't miss out from that, they'll gain because people will think: 'OK, I want to see what goes on' and we are able to get across the personalities of the drivers. What did Daniel Ricciardo have for breakfast, how does he prepare before he gets in the car – people are content hungry.feedback

I think it's wrong to ignore the aesthetics on a car. Unfortunately this is a consequence of the rules but one that should have been able to be addressed quite quickly.feedback

I think the cars look fantastic, the only thing that lets them down is the shark fins. It's something that we raised at the Formula One strategy meeting last year to ask that all teams remove them, because it is pretty marginal the performance gain that they offer. In the interests of aesthetics, it was requested that they be removed. That went to the Formula One commission and unfortunately was immediately rejected by the majority of teams.feedback

They seem very keen to embrace ideas to make the sport more accessible and entertaining. In the immediacy, what we can see is that Formula One will perhaps be made slightly more accessible.feedback

You've probably noticed the teams are putting out a bit more content of what their drivers are up to in the paddock, not what's happening trackside because that belongs to the broadcasters. You could have had breakfast with (Australian) Daniel Ricciardo this morning, seen what he does prior to getting in the car and to the point where he's got in the car to drive out and do his first lap. Which is something that obviously hasn't been possible in previous years.feedback

I think it is right up there, you've got to compare it to those great moments. You don't often witness a motor race like that. What we saw today was something very, very special.feedback

It's going to be interesting to see what the picture is today. The tires are very sensitive.feedback

The regulator is in there to regulate and then the teams are in the participants and entrants.feedback

What is the vision of the promoter going to be for Formula One and what the product should be like. How it's going to engage with the fans, how it's going to improve the show for the future past 2020, I think that's the key element.feedback

It could be a really exciting deal for Formula One if it happens.feedback

There is obviously a lot of speculation going on. I sincerely hope it is not Bernie's last race and I don't believe it will be.feedback

It's probably going to be a season of two halves. The first half is going to be less competitive than the second but we are expecting to make significant progress during the year.feedback

I think it would be foolhardy to write a team off with the calibre of people that Red Bull has in it.feedback

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