Horner eyes his team's biggest victory in Formula One

Horner eyes his team's biggest victory in Formula One

Seoul : South Korea | Oct 12, 2012 at 8:33 PM PDT
Source: The Star
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Red Bull boss Christian Horner says that title success this year would be the teams biggest victory in Formula One, calling the current campaign the toughest in years. The Austrian-owned outfit is chasing a third constructors title on the bounce, as is Sebastian Vettel in the drivers championship.... FULL ARTICLE AT The Star
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