Christian Horner believes Toto Wolff should explain to Lewis Hamilton why Red Bull have been so quick in the speed traps.
Wolff was answering a question at the Styrian GP team bosses press conference about Red Bull's straight line speed and explained that Red Bull's decision to use a low downforce wing in Paul Ricard helped their top speed. Horner chose to use it as an opportunity to have his say on Hamilton's "theories" about Red Bull's pace.
"I think Toto should explain it to his driver because I listen with interest and sometimes some of the theories that Lewis has, are sometimes some way from reality," Horner told RacingNews365.com and other select members of the press.
"I think Toto's actually summarised it very well. We run less drag, we run lower wing and as a result of that you tend to go a bit quicker down the straights sometimes.
Wolff defended Hamilton by saying that the driver is the person in the car and they see things that everyone else won't behind the wheel.
"I think there's a factor that needs to be considered," said Wolff. "The driver is in the car and obviously they have the feeling. He sees the traction, and pull away.
"There was a difference in DRS and non-DRS zone. It's pretty clear that the perspective and the feeling that the driver is something that's really important, especially Lewis, there's no better one than him.
"But what I need to say is that you need to look at the whole thing. There aren't any miracles, you can't bring a second power unit that's homologated and goes three times quicker. That doesn't exist.
"It was a low drag configuration. The car was very quick, indeed. Quicker than ours in qualifying, and this is what it is. We just need to fix them."