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Marko 'convinced' Horner not to join Ferrari after Binotto exit

Helmut Marko has revealed that he went the extra mile at the end of last year to convince longstanding Red Bull team boss Christian Horner not to join Ferrari as Mattia Binotto's successor. Red Bull Racing's hegemony in Formula 1, first between 2010 and 2013 and then more recently in 2022, has logically sharpened the interest of its rivals in key members of the Milton Keynes-based outfit as they seek to acquire similar expertise to enhance their own competitiveness. Red Bull's chief technical officer Adrian Newey – perhaps the greatest designer in the history of F1 – has been head-hunted by Ferrari multiple times in the past. The House of Maranello's most recent offer was tabled back...
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