Horner: I'm here to win, not to be popular

Horner: I'm here to win, not to be popular

Christian Horner has come in for a bit of flak of late, but the Red Bull team boss doesn't care – he's more interested in winning. By Jonathan Noble

To manipulate a joke from the Monty Python classic The Life of Brian: apart from lifting the former Jaguar Racing team from the doldrums, luring Adrian Newey from McLaren, turning Sebastian Vettel into a superstar and leading his team to three consecutive world championship doubles, what has Christian Horner done for Red Bull?

In the wake of the 'Multi 21' team orders controversy in Malaysia this year, it wasn't just Sebastian Vettel who faced some pretty tough questions, for Horner found his own ruling of the team under question.

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