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Christian Horner vents his frustrations over Liberty Media

Christian Horner has expressed his frustrations as teams and drivers remain in the dark over the direction in which Liberty Media is taking Formula 1. He asks the bosses to present their plan for the future of the sport. Last week, the Formula One Promoters' Association (FOPA) stated their concerns with the way in which the owners are working. Issues regarding lack of coverage on free-to-air TV, lack of clarity of new initiatives and the sudden chopping of long-standing F1 venues. Horner, boss at Red Bull, discusses what he thinks is going wrong. "The problem is, the way Liberty is trying to operate in a democratic way... the promoters are getting far more from Liberty than they ever...
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