Christian Horner ‘not anticipated to outlive Red Bull probe’ after 8-hour grilling
Horner, 50, was hit with allegations concerning his conduct on Monday (February 5) by a staff worker, claims of “inappropriate and controlling behaviour” that he denies. The chief of the back-to-back constructor champions is going through a combat to save lots of his profession.
Red Bull have stated they’re taking the allegations in opposition to Horner “extremely seriously” – although the boss who has led Red Bull Racing since they joined F1 in 2005 has stated he is not going to resign from his place.
However, the BBC reported that F1 insiders who they’ve mentioned the state of affairs with don’t anticipate Horner to outlive in his position. The report claims Horner is a strong and influential man each at Red Bull and on the planet of F1, however these claims stay to be seen whether or not they are going to result in his downfall.
Despite the allegations in opposition to him, Horner has proven no indication that he’s eager to resign, in response to Dutch publication De Telegraaf.
The Sun additionally reported a supply as saying: “Christian has not been sacked or asked to resign and he is not going to resign,” adding: “This is not a trial and we are not going to have an answer and an outcome by the end of the day.
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“This isn’t one thing that’s going to be rectified that rapidly. People expect this to be over earlier than the beginning of the F1 season, however that simply isn’t going to occur.”
Horner acquired put by way of an eight-hour grilling on Friday, although it was claimed by The Race that the conclusion of the investigation isn’t anticipated earlier than the launch of Red Bull’s 2024 F1 automobile on Thursday (February 15). They additionally instructed that it might nonetheless be ongoing on the time of the primary race of the season – the Bahrain Grand Prix on March 2.