Friday, April 19, 2024

Red Bull has decided the fate of Christian Horner

The Formula 1 team Red Bull has come to a conclusion on top of the internal investigation the team initiated against team manager Christian Horner.

The Formula 1 team Red Bull is appeasing its team manager. Christian Horner has not done anything wrong. There are no teams in the accusations that allegedly accused the team manager of engaging in inappropriate sexual behavior.

– The independent investigation into the allegations against Mr Horner has been completed and Red Bull can confirm that the complaint has been dismissed, writes the parent company behind the Formula 1 team in a statement.

That's what The Race writes.

The decision comes after an internal investigation lasting several weeks, which also resonated in the media. Among other things, because it left the Red Bull management internally disagreeing about Horner's fate.

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The Austrian part of the company should have reportedly spoken to get rid of the team boss, while the Thai part of Red Bull has no objection to letting the long-time team boss continue.

However, the fact that the accusation has now been dismissed does not mean that Christian Horner is protected. Red Bull also states that the complainant has the right to appeal the decision.

However, the provisional decision means that Christian Horner will be present in Bahrain when Formula 1 starts the 2024 season.

Read more news from and about Formula 1 here.

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