David Coulthard defends Red Bull.


David Coulthard

David Coulthard, current brand ambassador of Red Bull slams Toto Wolff and Zak Brown.

After various f1 personnel demanded for more transparency into the internal investigation of “inappropriate behavior” by Christian Horner. David Coulthard defends Red bull by suggesting that the push for transparency regarding Red Bull’s investigation into Christian Horner is simply fueling the controversy.

While Toto Wolff of Mercedes and Zak Brown of McLaren have been vocal about the need for clarity, Coulthard, a former Red Bull driver and current brand ambassador, implies that there may be an underlying motive.

He acknowledges that some may argue for transparency in the interest of the fanbase, but emphasizes that it is ultimately a private matter and everyone has a right to privacy. Coulthard believes that if there were any wrongdoing, it would have been revealed by the independent group handling the investigation.

However, he acknowledges that there will always be individuals who desire further information and are determined to delve deeper into the matter.

Coulthard stated that Formula 1 has reached unprecedented levels of popularity, resulting in significant financial implications, political involvement, and controversies. However, he emphasized that within the race team, it is business as usual. While Christian faces scrutiny during press conferences, the team’s operations and the performance of Max and Checo in the car should remain unaffected.

When the visor goes down, their focus should solely be on driving quickly. Horner was cleared of any wrongdoing by an independent lawyer following complaints from a Red Bull colleague.

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The female accuser has now been suspended by Red Bull. Coulthard highlighted that controversies in F1 are not new and transparency has been lacking in the past. He mentioned the undisclosed agreement between Ferrari and the FIA regarding fuel flow and engine, which coincided with Ferrari’s decline in performance.

Horner, at the F1 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix, demanded an end to media intrusion into his personal life. Coulthard acknowledged that the situation is unfortunate but believes it has been resolved appropriately. Despite the off-track drama, Red Bull’s on-track progress has been flawless, with Verstappen and Perez finishing first and second in the first two races of 2024.

Know more:- https://www.skysports.com/f1/news/12433/13092563/christian-horner-timeline-of-events-at-red-bull-following-investigation-into-f1-team-principal

Max calls for peace:- https://f1geek.com/max-verstappen-f1-red-bull/

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