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Marko: Red Bull paid 'millions' to thwart Ferrari's Horner bid

Article To news overview © XPBimages Red Bull had to pay "millions" to stop Ferrari signing Formula 1 Team Principal Christian Horner at the 2022 Canadian Grand Prix, Helmut Marko has revealed. Ferrari have been long-time admirers of Horner, who has been in charge of Red Bull since they entered Grand Prix racing in 2005, guiding them to 99 race wins and 11 World Championship titles. The Scuderia have also long coveted the signature of technical genius Adrian Newey to poach away two of the senior members of the Red Bull team, and came close to landing Horner at the Montreal race last June. Viewed by others: F1 F1 abandons South Africa GP plans, Belgium set to stay Analysis...
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