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Formula 1, Red Bull: Horner is looking for a discussion with the Verstappen camp

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Formula 1, Red Bull: Horner is looking for a discussion with the Verstappen camp

Formula 1 after demand for resignation

Horner is looking for a discussion with the Verstappen camp

As of: 1:10 p.m. | Reading time: 2 minutes

Stall order: Red Bull team boss Christian Horner was advised to resign by Jos Verstappen

Quelle: AFP/ANDREJ ISAKOVIC

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Red Bull team boss Christian Horner is under heavy pressure. Now he is said to have met with the manager of Formula 1 world champion Max Verstappen. His father had called for Horner’s exit. High-ranking Red Bull employees are said to have attended the meeting.

Red Bull team boss Christian Horner is said to have met with the Formula 1 world champion’s manager to discuss things after a frontal attack from Max Verstappen’s camp. This was reported by the British news agency PA. The conversation between Raymond Vermeulen and the Brit, who is under heavy pressure, is said to have taken place in Dubai on Monday, according to reports in the British media. Horner had previously been indirectly asked to resign by Verstappen’s father Jos because the affair surrounding allegedly inappropriate behavior by the team boss was putting a strain on the racing team.

Defending champion Max Verstappen is said not to have been at the meeting, nor was his father, who celebrated his 52nd birthday in Dubai on Monday. High-ranking Red Bull employees are said to have been at the meeting for this purpose. An unnamed source reported that the conversation between the Verstappen manager and Horner went well.

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Verstappen’s accusation to Horner

Jos Verstappen recently told the English newspaper Daily Mail that Horner was playing the victim “while he is the one causing the problems.” The team runs the risk of being torn apart. “It can not go on like this. It will explode,” said Jos Verstappen. The statements became public after Max Verstappen’s victory in Saturday’s race in Bahrain, where the Horner affair overshadowed the start of the season.

After the parent company Red Bull commissioned an independent lawyer to investigate, the employee’s complaint was dismissed. She accused Horner of inappropriate behavior, but the 50-year-old Red Bull Racing team boss denied this. The matter picked up speed again with the subsequent appearance of spicy emails.

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However, it is not the only sideshow that Formula 1 is currently opening. According to a report by the British BBC, the president of the International Automobile Federation, Mohammed Ben Sulayem, is being investigated for allegedly influencing a Formula 1 race last year. According to the report, the FIA’s ethics committee, which is based in Paris, should deal with it. The results of the investigation should be expected in four to six weeks.

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