F1 Fans Left Enraged As Red Bull Boss Christian Horner Is Seen With FIA Big Names in Unearthed Picture

The 2021 Abu Dhabi season finale is still talked about for its controversial end. Many Formula 1 fans are still not happy with what happened, and how the FIA ​​responded to the events. They once again were left displeased when the Red Bull team principal, Christian Horner, and F1 bosses celebrated the Austrian team’s triumph in Monaco.


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Horner was celebrating Sergio Perez’s win on the Red Bull yacht. F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali, FIA President Muhammed Ben Sulayem, Flavio Briatore, and Liberty Media head Greg Maffei joined him in the celebrations. The fans on social media accused the team boss of colluding with the top bosses.


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F1 Twitter calls out Red Bull team boss for his picture with F1 bosses

Seeing the photo, many fans on Twitter hinted that the FIA ​​might have colluded with Red Bull in Abu Dhabi to help them win the title, and the same can happen again this year. Fans then posted their mixed reactions about Horner celebrating Monaco’s triumph with the F1 hierarchy.

It is a little harsh of F1 fans on Twitter to accuse a team principal of conspiring with F1 bosses. Any team can invite their bosses to celebrate their triumph on one of the biggest weekends of the year. Also inviting them won’t guarantee that Red Bull will take home the 2022 world championship.


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The Austrian team now has both drivers fighting for the championship. But Christian Horner mentioned he hopes that the best driver wins.

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With his win in Monaco, Perez is now a genuine championship contender alongside his team Max Verstappen. But the Red Bull team principal mentioned that it is a good problem to have and he is not bothered about who wins the drivers’ title.


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Formula One F1 – Monaco Grand Prix – Circuit de Monaco, Monte Carlo, Monaco – May 29, 2022, Red Bull’s Sergio Perez poses on the podium after winning the race alongside second-placed Ferrari’s Carlos Sainz Jr., third-placed Red Bull’s Max Verstappen and Red Bull team principal Christian Horner as Prince Albert II of Monaco and Princess Charlene of Monaco look on REUTERS/Benoit Tessier

“It doesn’t matter to us which of the two is world champion. Of course, the constructors’ is enormously important. But whether it’s Max or Checo, they’re both Red Bull drivers, and they’ve both got the same chance.”

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“Of course, it’s a long, long season, and it will have its ebbs and flows. But it’s great to have both drivers right at the sharp end,” said Christian.

It would be interesting to see if the team allows both drivers to race freely on the track. Moreover, Checo might not face another Barcelona-like situation again from Red Bull. Let’s see who takes the championship in 2022.

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