Oct.27 (GMM) Christian Horner insists he is "very comfortable" with Red Bull's stance regarding costs in Formula One.
It is believed the energy drink-owned team, the reigning back-to-back world champions and the favourite to win again with Sebastian Vettel in 2012, is the sport's biggest spender.
He said the Dietrich Mateschitz-owned team is refusing to accept the Resource Restriction Agreement (RRA); a gentleman's pact aimed at cutting costs in several areas.
"If he accepted the RRA, Mr Mateschitz would save a hundred million euros," Wolff said. "Though without their unlimited spending model they would not have the same advantage."
Red Bull team boss Horner, however, insisted: "I feel very comfortable with our position.
"We have been very consistent regarding resource constraints, and if that disturbs others, then that's their problem, not ours," he insisted.