The rise of Red Bull Racing
From being one of F1's laughing stocks during its Jaguar era, Red Bull Racing has become one of the sport's star teams. Edd Straw looks at how the Milton Keynes squad has hit the top
While chatting to Red Bull Racing team principal Christian Horner about the fallout of the British Grand Prix front wing controversy, he made a very good point.
"It was our 11th victory out of 98 races, which isn't a bad ratio," he said. As a bare statistic, that 11 per cent win rate is impressive enough. But bear in mind that, six years ago, the team was Jaguar - one of Formula 1's greatest underachievers.
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