Horner staying upbeat
Red Bull Team Principal Christian Horner has stayed surprisingly upbeat after a difficult weekend for the Milton Keynes outfit.
Defending world champion Sebastian Vettel could do nothing to stop his impressive 20-second lead at the European Grand Prix ebbed away by the safety car, before a technical problem ended his race all together. Mark Webber fared better as he was able to come from 19th place to finish in fourth in Valencia. Horner has been determined to take the positives out of the weekend's events in Spain as Red Bull turn their attentions to the British Grand Prix next month. He said: "I think he [Vettel] took solace in his performance. "It's a long championship, Fernando has done a tremendous job, he has scored in every single race but statistics say he has to have one bad weekend in 20, so it will hopefully balance itself out over a season. "We leave Valencia knowing we've got a quick car and Mark very much demonstrated that in his recovery from 19th on the grid to fourth on the road."