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Christian Horner says Max Verstappen “will do his talking on the track” rather than engage in verbal jousting with Lewis Hamilton.
Christian Horner praised the Red Bull pit crew after the Spanish Grand Prix, even though a four-second stop for Max Verstappen fell short of their usual high standards.
Christian Horner says it was never a consideration to extend Sergio Perez’s first stint at the Portuguese Grand Prix to disrupt Lewis Hamilton.
Christian Horner has reiterated Andy Cowell is unlikely to follow Ben Hodgkinson in switching from the Mercedes engine programme to Red Bull’s.
Sergio Perez has revealed he only knew he had left his wallet at Christian Horner’s home when the Red Bull boss phoned to tell him – a few days later!
Christian Horner has confirmed it was literally the equivalent of ‘CTRL-ALT-DELETE’ that Sergio Perez had to execute to save his Bahrain Grand Prix.
Christian Horner hopes to see grey areas removed from the track limits issue in F1 after Sir Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen’s duel in Bahrain.
Red Bull hope their newly-launched RB16B has resolved the correlation issues which undermined their hopes of challenging for the World Championship last year.
Christian Horner thinks it will be fascinating to see what strategy Red Bull’s main rivals take in developing their 2021 cars ahead of the big regulation changes next year.
Christian Horner believes F1 “shouldn’t be afraid of experimenting” when it comes to the contentious proposal for sprint races being introduced.
Christian Horner believes Max Verstappen’s dominant victory in the most recent F1 race could have fired up Mercedes to produce an even better car this year.
Christian Horner thinks Sergio Perez can emulate Daniel Ricciardo in helping Max Verstappen carry Red Bull closer to Mercedes this year.
Christian Horner has confirmed Red Bull would fulfil any requirement to supply other teams with engines when their new operation is up and running.
Christian Horner has described new Red Bull driver Sergio Perez as being like “a young dog with a bone”, able to extract a podium finish from a “mediocre” car.
Red Bull are planning to ensure their 2021 car is effective on all types of racetracks as they attempt to carry the World Championship fight to Mercedes.
Red Bull have revealed that talks with Nico Hulkenberg over a race seat for 2021 never got beyond “a brief discussion”.
Red Bull expect 40% of their 2021 car to be new as they build what they hope will be a World Championship challenger to Mercedes.
Christian Horner revealed a decision about Alex Albon’s future at Red Bull “won’t take long” after praising the driver’s “strongest collective weekend of the season”.
Christian Horner has revealed Max Verstappen is the hungriest Formula 1 driver he has ever worked with.
Red Bull are to use the last six races of the season to fully understand the issues with their current car before addressing them with a ‘B-spec’ version of the RB16 next year.
Christian Horner believes Mercedes’ DAS system was a factor in Lewis Hamilton’s excellent restart from the Safety Car period during the Eifel Grand Prix.
Christian Horner has suggested Mercedes’ rules blunder in the Russian Grand Prix may indicate they are becoming complacent as a result of their continuous success.
Christian Horner has hailed Alex Albon’s “racecraft” as the reason why he is making more of a success of his Red Bull career than Pierre Gasly did.
Christian Horner has revealed that Red Bull staff affected by F1’s incoming budget cap are already being allocated to new projects.
Christian Horner believes that using Red Bull’s wind tunnel will help AlphaTauri to achieve their loftier ambitions.
Christian Horner believes that heading to Sochi, Mercedes is nervous about tyre degradation, as shown by radio messages at Mugello.
Christian Horner has joined Lewis Hamilton in citing one-stop races as a reason why Formula 1 is becoming boring.
Christian Horner has been left with a “sour taste” over races he feels Ferrari should not have been winning last year courtesy of a controversial engine.
Christian Horner has revealed that talks over F1’s new Concorde Agreement were “remarkably straightforward” – and different to dealing with Bernie Ecclestone.
Christian Horner has acknowledged Max Verstappen had to “buy into” the tyre gamble that gave him the platform to win the 70th Anniversary Grand Prix.