Red Bull warned ‘the Christian Horner show’ has to end before ‘arrogance’ costs them Verstappen

Red Bull warned ‘the Christian Horner show’ has to end before ‘arrogance’ costs them Verstappen
Max? No!
According to the latest reports, the individual who made the complaint against Horner to Red Bull GmbH has submitted an official complaint to the FIA with reports she is also set to appeal after Red Bull’s parent company dismissed her grievance.

With Helmut Marko drawn into the saga through an investigation into the leaks, Red Bull’s triple World Champion Max Verstappen made it clear that if the Austrian was ousted, he too would walk as understands he has a clause in his contract tying his future to Marko’s.

And in the not-so-distant background there’s Mercedes, reportedly in the running to sign Verstappen as Lewis Hamilton’s replacement should he opt to leave Red Bull.

Letting him go would, according to former F1 driver Herbert, be a big mistake for Red Bull.

“If Christian is fighting this which he seems to be doing, he might force their main star out of the team,” he told, per

“It seems to be the wrong way of going about it. You want to keep what you’ve got. You want to keep Adrian and you want to keep Max.

“To try and arrogantly stay put, you’re going to force your main man out of the team. That just seems to be the wrong thing to do from a team perspective.

“That’s the Christian side of it where he’s fighting to stay where he is. And Helmut’s in the same position.

“But it seems the pressure is more on Helmut to get pushed out of the team and Max would go with him, potentially.

“If you look at it in a logical way, do you want to lose Max? No.” recommends
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‘The Christian Horner show is something that’s got to come to an end’
But with it looking at is Horner still stay on as Red Bull team boss, Herbert has joined the call for the 50-year-old to step down.

“He seems to have the support of (Red Bull majority owner) Chalerm Yoovidhya, who’s got the 51 per cent,” he said.

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