Friday, April 19, 2024

Verstappen demands the resignation of the Red Bull boss

He is well enough protected by the rest of the management after an internal investigation. But Christian Horner should still resign, says Jos Verstappen.

The trouble internally at Red Bull is not necessarily over, just because the Formula 1 team's team manager Christian Horner has not been fired following an internal investigation.

An internal investigation to determine whether Horner had behaved inappropriately towards a female employee.

Because even if the rest of the management found no reason to fire Horner, Jos Verstappen, who is the father of a perhaps soon-to-be 4-time world champion, demands just that.

This is written by the English newspaper The Daily Mail .

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Max Verstappen's father says to the newspaper that the team — i.e. Red Bull — will suffer if Christian Horner continues in his role as team manager.

In the newspaper, he says directly that the team is in danger of being torn apart with Horner at the helm.

– It can't go on like this. It will explode, says Jos Verstappen.

Jos Verstappen, who himself retired from Formula 1 in 2003, admits, however, that the interview was given after he had an argument with Christian Horner after the season opener in Bahrain. A lob that his son won in a particular Red Bull racer.

At home, we also have a kind of trouble to deal with. Because after the Le Mans team GMB Motorsport avoided bankruptcy, but still closed, there has now been a development. Read more about it here .

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