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Brown: Horner investigation not the type of headline F1 needs

McLaren CEO Zak Brown gave his thoughts regarding the ongoing investigation into Red Bull Team Principal Christian Horner's conduct, saying that he doesn't 'believe these are the type of headlines that Formula One wants or needs.' Horner was present at the launch of the Red Bull RB20 in the team's Milton Keynes headquarters on Thursday […]
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