Having watched Sebastian Vettel lose out on victory on the last lap of the 2011 Canadian GP, Christian Horner is determined to see the team go all the way this weekend.
Vettel was passed by Jenson Button in the dying moments of last year's rain-hit race after leading for most of the grand prix.
Spurred on by this disappointment, Horner admits his team head to Canada determined to put matters in order and claim their first victory at the Gilles Villeneuve circuit.
"We love going to Montreal. The city comes alive. It's is the beginning of festival season and there is always a great atmosphere," Horner told La Presse
"Even if the circuit is not the most exciting of the season, it always produces exciting races.
"This is also one of the only races that Red Bull has not yet won, even though we came very close last year. We want to win in Montreal this year... it would be wonderful to come back this year and to rectify the situation."
Horner is hopeful that his RB8 will suit conditions in Canada but admits it's hard to predict how things will unfold even though the team come into the race on the back of Mark Webber's win in Monaco.
"In Montreal, power is crucial. It's the complete opposite of Monaco. Who knows if we'll be competitive, but we'll be in attack mode," he said.
The RB8 will be modified for this weekend's race after the FIA ruled that a hole in the floor of the car was illegal. Horner has brushed off the importance of the FIA's decision but admits that being a frontrunner attracts attention to any innovations the team may introduce.
"It never gets easier," conceded the Briton. "Everything we do is scrutinized, even more so than if we were in the middle of the pack."