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Horner wouldn't be surprised if drivers remain where they are for 2021

The 2019 season has only just finished, yet many people are already making predictions about how the 2021 drivers line-up will look. Aston Martin Red Bull Racing Boss Christian Horner has admited that he wouldn't be surprised if many of the drivers remain where they are. There has been much talk of potential switches in the coming years involving Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen, due to their contracts being at a stage where they will need renewing. Read more How going vegan in 2017 helped Hamilton to 'cleaner state of mind' "He is very happy with this team and we like him in the team, he fits very well here", Horner told Motorsport.com when talking about Verstappen's future....
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