Today is the 2nd June 2009 and this is F1Minute.
Christian Horner is convinced that the championship fight for Red Bull is not over, despite the fact that Brawn GP are streaking ahead with points for both titles. He said: “Jenson is only four points off a maximum score, which is a remarkable achievement but things can change very quickly... We believe that the next couple of races should play to the strengths of our car and we have some great development in the pipeline.”
Someone else feeling particularly optimistic is Felipe Massa, who has the dubious honour of turning up to Turkey with the last three years of victory in Istanbul ringing in his ears. Massa says: “We want to continue to improve as quickly as possible, to try and win some races. It will be fantastic if we find we are in a position to fight for the win in Turkey.”
Finally, a quick note that it’s been revealed the March Racing Organisation have lodged an entry to the 2010 season, possibly with a Cosworth engine.
That’s it for today, I’ll be back tomorrow with another F1Minute.
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