Horner on running the team to beat

Horner on running the team to beat

Red Bull Racing team boss Christian Horner talks exclusively to Jonathan Noble about the challenge of repeating a phenomenal season of success

The 2011 Formula 1 season will officially get underway on Friday when Ferrari becomes the first team to pull the covers off its new car. After that, attention shifts to Valencia in Spain where a host of other teams will reveal their challengers.

Valencia will also be the first occasion when world champion Sebastian Vettel will get to drive with the official #1 on his car – as Red Bull Racing returns to the track for the first time since that triumphant evening in Abu Dhabi last November.

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