Red Bull deserves more respect for changing F1

Red Bull deserves more respect for changing F1

Red Bull has been a major player in Formula 1 since taking over Jaguar ahead of 2005. It started this decade with a sustained period of success up there with the very best in the championship's history. But does it deserve a better reputation with F1 fans?

Smile on his face, red cape (and nothing more) on his torso, Christian Horner leaps into the swimming pool of the Red Bull Energy Station.

It's May 2006, and Horner is not making quite the same jump as around 15 months previously, when he was placed in charge of Red Bull's new, wholly owned Formula 1 squad and named the youngest team principal in the championship's history.

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