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GP Week : Issue 14
F1 canada >> DAVID Coulthard’s third position in the Canadian Grand Prix has taken his Red Bull Racing team to fourth in the constructors’ championship. Coulthard’s first points of the season came as team-mate Mark Webber (courtesy of a failed two-stop strategy) failed to score for the first time in six races, but the continued points-scoring momentum of the team as a whole has given Red Bull great reason to be cheerful. “I’m delighted to get a podium for the team,” said one-stop Coulthard, whose last F1 podium came at Monaco in 2006. “You can expect some unusual results here, so we fuelled it [the car] long. The strategy worked well and all credit to the engineers, mechanics and everybody back at Red Bull for all their hard work.” Team Principal Christian Horner was similarly delighted: “A fantastic result for the team today and particularly for David after such a tough start to the year. He kept his head down, had very good pace and the strategy worked out perfectly for a comfortable third place. A podium result here in Montreal is an excellent result.” Renault’s Fabrice Lom was similarly delighted with the result, which made up for some of the disappointment felt by the main Renault team’s lack of result. “The relationship we have with Red Bull is so good and this is such a big reward for us. We are so happy for David. He’s had a difficult beginning to the season, but now has a podium result. You need a good engine on this track, and we’ve proved that we have that.” Red Bull flies to first ’08 podium 31