More pressure on Red Bull in the midst of the “Horner case” that shakes Formula 1: the firm stance of the Mercedes director

More pressure on Red Bull in the midst of the “Horner case” that shakes Formula 1: the firm stance of the Mercedes director
More pressure on Red Bull in the midst of the “Horner case” that shakes Formula 1: the firm stance of the Mercedes director

Toto Wolff made public his opinion on the Horner case (Photo: Reuters)

The Formula 1 team Red Bull Racing is in the eye of the hurricane after recent revelations about an independent investigation into Christian Horner, team leader. With the start of the season in Bahrain getting closer and closer, the lack of clarity on the subject raises questions in the Austrian team and the last thing to give an opinion on the conflict was Toto Wolff.

The leader of Mercedes He was the only one of the five team managers present at a press conference who was willing to answer a question about the impact of the investigation. “I think it’s clear. F1, and what the teams do, we defend inclusion, equality, equity, diversity. And it’s not just about talking about it, but about living it day by day. And I think this is the standard we’re setting for ourselves. We are a global sport, one of the most important sports platforms in the world. And we are models to follow”he started in front of the microphone.

And he added in this regard: “But that being said, there is a lot of speculation that has occurred in recent weeks, speculation that we have heard about. And many things that are happening.” The one born in Vienna clarified that fully trusts in “rigor” and “transparency” of the Red Bull investigation and that this whole novel before the start of the season will bring lessons for the entire category.

Meanwhile, Christian appeared in Bahrain for testing ahead of the first race of the season (Photo: Reuters)

Toto sought to reflect to clear up the doubts of the journalists present about the case involving Horner. “I think what is important at that stage, for the process to be rigorous, I think that what Red Bull has initiated as an independent investigation, if this is done in the right way, with transparency, and with that rigor, I think it’s something we have to look at what the results are, and what it means for F1, and how we can learn from that.”he explained.

To close, he tried to return attention to the new year of Formula 1 that is about to begin. “We want to talk about racing cars. And we want to talk about sports, instead of these kinds of topics very, very critical that go beyond the question of the team.” And he concluded: “It is a phenomenon, or it is a problem for all of F1. And in general, for all those who work out there.”

Notably investigation is ongoingwill determine Horner’s immediate future within the Great Circus and possibly set a precedent for how these types of accusations are handled in sport. The first race of the year is scheduled for next Saturday, March 2 at the Bahrain International Circuit.

 
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