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'F1 needs drivers to be heroes' - Horner

Getty Images Enlarge Red Bull boss Christian Horner says Formula One is at its best when the drivers come across as heroes and the teams and politics stay out of view. Formula One has faced criticism this season for not providing enough of a show for fans, with further concerns raised by poor attendances at some races and plans to pursue new events in controversial locations. However, Sunday's Hungarian Grand Prix provided a thrilling spectacle with four drivers in contention until the final few laps and Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo finally coming out on top. For all the talk of revamping the sport, including plans for a summit meeting over the August break to thrash out ideas, Horner...
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