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MOTORSPORTS | Mar 15

Yellow Flag Is Up As Christian Horner’s Case Gains Speed

Christian Horner’s Accuser Is Appealing the Decision After Red Bull’s Internal Investigation

Yellow Flag Is Up As Christian Horner’s Case Gains Speed
Team Principal of Red Bull Racing, portrait, and Geri Halliwell | FREDERIC LE FLOC H / DPPI / DPPI via AFP

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Netflix better be filming all this for Drive to Survive season 7 because it’s going to be epic…

Just when you thought the dust was settling on the Christian Horner saga, things have taken a sharp turn. F1 news mentioned that the woman who accused the Red Bull bigwig of inappropriate behavior is not letting the matter rest. Nope, she’s appealing the decision of Red Bull’s internal investigation that cleared Horner of any wrongdoing. Talk about keeping the drama alive!

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Horner’s Headaches Continue

The woman who first accused Horner of inappropriate behavior is throwing a wrench into the whole “case closed” deal. Apparently, she’s not happy with the results of Red Bull’s internal investigation that cleared Horner. So, she’s appealing the decision, and let’s just say, it’s stirring up a hornet’s nest (pun intended) at Red Bull.

Here’s the thing: the whole investigation was pretty hush-hush, and many in the paddock weren’t exactly impressed. Toto Wolff and Zak Brown, the bigwigs at Mercedes and McLaren, weren’t shy about voicing their concerns about the lack of transparency. Now, with this appeal, things are guaranteed to get spicy again.

 

Is This Just the Tip of the Iceberg?

Remember all those F1 rumors about an internal war at Red Bull? Yeah, those aren’t going anywhere either. Apparently, there’s a battle for power brewing between Horner and Helmut Marko (Red Bull’s advisor) and Jos Verstappen (Max Verstappen’s dad). Throw in F1 rumors of Max Verstappen potentially switching teams (allegedly, his dad even chatted with Toto Wolff!), and you’ve got a recipe for pure F1 drama.

Netflix better be filming all this for Drive to Survive season 7 because it’s going to be epic! Imagine Horner facing the appeal, the power struggle at Red Bull reaching a boiling point, and maybe even driver movement – this is the kind of drama that would make House of Cards jealous.

But hey, amidst all this chaos, there’s a silver lining. Max Verstappen, bless his heart, just wants peace at Red Bull. He even called for everyone to “keep the peace” so they can focus on, you know, actually winning races. Here’s hoping they can sort things out because a united Red Bull with a focused Max is a force to be reckoned with on the track.

Grab your popcorn, because the next few chapters of the Red Bull saga are about to unfold. Will Horner keep his job? Will Max stay or will he go? I can’t wait to see what happens on the next dates on the F1 schedule.

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