Comments from the Red Bull team after the Italian Grand Prix David Coulthard: 12th "Very little to say other than disappointing. Regarding Michael's retirement - it was a fitting way for him to announce it with a victory. Irrespective of...
Comments from the Red Bull team after the Italian Grand Prix
David Coulthard: 12th
"Very little to say other than disappointing. Regarding Michael's retirement - it was a fitting way for him to announce it with a victory. Irrespective of whether people are believers in Michael's race ethics or not, you have to recognise he's been a great champion and it's the end of an era."
Christian Klien: 11th
"It was a difficult race as we were on a one stop strategy and had a very heavy car at the start. I was too slow on the straights to be able to overtake anyone so had to follow the others, but actually the strategy worked well. I stayed out for a long time and overtook a couple of people at the pit stop. Finishing 11th from 16th is not too bad and I don't think there was much more we could have done in this race, so I'm pleased with my performance."
Christian Horner, Sporting director:
"Unfortunately Christian headed a not particularly fast Red Bull train today, with 11th and 12th being the net result for our two drivers. This circuit was always going to expose our inherent weakness within the current package, but the important thing is to learn from it and act upon the lessons learnt for next year. So, a disappointing race with the only positive factor being that we got two cars to the finish. "
-credit: red bull