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Red Bull Would Be Mad to Sack Christian Horner Despite Poor 2015 F1 Season

The fastest car. The finest driver. The best team principal.  Despite the evolution of the sport over the generations—the ever-changing sporting and technical regulations—it is comforting that these three elements, the Holy Trinity, remain the key to victory in Formula One. Just as a football club requires a dependable goalkeeper, a trustworthy defender, at least one solid midfielder and a reliable striker, an F1 team with serious aspirations of long-lasting success needs a spine, a stable platform on which to build. Take a look through the history of F1, and you'll realise the most dominant spells have been a simple by-product of the car-driver-boss combination. Ayrton Senna and Ron Dennis at McLaren-Honda. Nige...

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