No title fight team orders says Red Bull boss 15 October, 2010 Red Bull Racing's Mark Webber and Sebastian Vettel lead the title chase going into the final three races of the season Oct.15 (GMM) Christian Horner has answered “no” as to whether Red Bull will be using team orders in the three-race run to the 2010 world championship. Christian Horner with Mark Webber and Sebastian Vettel Separated by 14 points, both leader Mark Webber and his young teammate Sebastian Vettel are both in the running for their first drivers’ titles. Flavio Briatore has been recently highly critical of the team’s philosophy of equality, but boss Horner insists he will not be favouring Webber over Vettel. “What else should he (Briatore) say as Mark’s manager?” Horner is quoted on Friday by F1’s official website. “My answer is a clear ‘no’. “Of course, I can imagine that Flavio would prefer it if we go the Ferrari way and put our efforts behind only one driver, but that would be wrong, as both are right in the middle of the fight for the title. Red Bull will be wanting to avoid Turkey style shenanigans between their two drivers “The only thing we expect from them is that they don’t hamper each other,” added the Briton. Horner said it is a “luxury” for Red Bull to have two competitive drivers vying for the title, but it is feared their fight could allow Fernando Alonso to pick up the pieces and his third drivers’ title. He admitted that it is not necessary to “dig too much into psychoanalysis to understand that if two guys are fighting for the most prestigious title in motor sport then tension is part of the game”. Horner described their Istanbul crash earlier this year as a “huge challenge”, leaving a big task now so that “neither feels disadvantaged”. But both Webber and Vettel are still able to be champion, he insisted. “I promise that the team will not interfere in the race for the title,” said Horner. Tweet Related NewsRed Bull should get race ban for cheating says Force IndiaVettel: Newey said no to me testing for Ferrari in Abu DhabiToro Rosso set to confirm Sainz next weekVergne bids au revoir to Toro RossoMarko: Legally it’s not ok that Vettel is already with FerrariTodt rubbishes Red Bull’s twin-turbo planMallya: Red Bull cheats on the regulationsSad farewell for Vettel as an era ends for Red BullRed Bull play hardball block Vettel’s Ferrari testNewey says all F1 cars’ front wings flexing BS Filter Red Bull Racing is a joke! Horner is a total disgrace!! Earlier in the year when it appeared Vettel was going to stay in front of Webber, Horner took the front wing off Webber, and justified it by stating Vettel was leading the championship. Once Webber got in front, the policy changed. The only thing that can stop RBR winning the championship is Horner and the mgt group. The whole world is laughing at RBR.. what a terrible situation for the Red Bull brand. Ferrari and McLaren must be laughing the loudest!