The Red Bull Racing team have denied Austrian Christian Klien will be replaced this season and, as usual, the flamboyant squad have done it in their own special way.
Following Friday's practice for the Spanish Grand Prix, Red Bull issued a statement ridiculing the rumours claiming Dutchman Robert Doornbos would take Klien's seat after this weekend's Spanish Grand Prix:
"In view of a spate of rumours on the Internet today, Red Bull Racing would like to clarify who will partner David Coulthard for the rest of the season:
Monaco: His Highness Prince Albert.
Silverstone: The new BRDC President, Damon Hill.
Canada: The singer Bryan Adams. Why? Because everything he does, he does it for us.
USA: Jim Morrisson. Why? Because we're told he's good at closing the Doors on other drivers.
France: General de Gaulle. Why? Because he's always got his nose in front
Germany: Kai Ebel. Why, because at last he'd wear some really smart clothes.
Hungary: Christian Klien as it's the nearest thing to a home race for an Austrian.
Turkey: anyone who can get over the Bosphorus bridge in time for practice.
Italy: Flavio Briatore.
China: some Wong number.
Japan: Eugene Ide. **
** Subject to FIA approval."