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Red Bull has 'nothing to fear'

ESPNF1 Staff
October 11, 2010 « 'I need to win again' - Webber | »
Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber in parc ferme after their 1-2 finish in Japan © Getty Images

Red Bull Racing boss Christian Horner says his team has nothing to fear in the remaining three races with the destiny of the drivers' and constructors' titles in their own hands.

"There is nothing that we fear in the remaining three races," said Horner. "We were competitive in Abu Dhabi and Brazil last year. But we don't take anything for granted. Korea is new for everybody and there will be areas of Korea where we will be weak at.

"We've had our challenges this year and there are a couple of final hurdles to jump over, but I feel as a team we are well placed to capitalise on our performance. This was our seventh grand prix victory this year and our third 1-2 finish so it has been a fantastic year so far for the team, and we are determined to finish on a high."

Although both Red Bull drivers have a strong chance of winning the title, Horner says there will be no team favouritism over the remaining races.

"We are fortunate to have two level-headed and strong-willed drivers. And while that inevitably poses challenges at times, it is a luxury problem to have. The dream scenario would be to be able to pull out a big enough gap to all those behind that it was just down to them on track.

"But as a team we are trying our best to support both drivers equally and both drivers are very much still in this championship."