Christian Horner defends Redbull’s 2 racing teams.

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Christian Horner believes that Red Bull should be commended rather than criticized for their ownership of two F1 teams. Despite calls from McLaren boss Zak Brown to prevent any unfair advantage, Horner argues that Red Bull’s support and commitment to the sport should be recognized.

Christian Horner¬†dismisses the concerns surrounding their relationship with the newly-rebranded RB squad, stating that it is a non-issue. Horner also highlights Red Bull’s dedication to F1, particularly during challenging times, and their investment in the infrastructure of their Faenza-based team.

Red Bull demonstrated unwavering support during the COVID crisis, ensuring both F1 teams were able to continue racing. Their efforts to kickstart the sport with races in Austria post-pandemic deserve recognition. The dedication shown by Red Bull towards F1 and the two teams is commendable and should be appreciated rather than criticized.


The distinctiveness between the two teams, one in Italy and the other in the UK, is evident in their operations, staff turnover, and compliance with regulations. It is clear that their relationship with Red Bull is not as close-knit as some other teams’ relationships with their engine suppliers.

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