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Hamilton rebuffs Horner, says Red Bull boss texted him first

Lewis Hamilton rejected Christian Horner’s claim that the Briton inquired earlier this year about the availability of a seat at Red Bull, insisting it was Horner who texted him first. Speaking to the Daily Mail ahead of F1’s season finale in Abu Dhabi, Horner revealed that Hamilton’s management had approached Red Bull “earlier in the year”, but no follow-up was obviously given. “They have reached out a few times,” Horner said. “Most recently, earlier in the year, there was an inquiry about whether there would be any interest." Last summer, in August, Mercedes and Hamilton announced that they had finally agreed on a two-year contract extension that will see the...
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