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Horner to remain Red Bull F1 boss until 2026

Red Bull team principal Christian Horner will remain in charge of the team until at least the end of 2026 after agreeing a new contract. Horner has led the team since its arrival into Formula 1 in 2005, and has overseen nine world championships – five drivers’ titles and four constructors’ crowns. Senior Red Bull advisor Dr Helmut Marko praised Horner in a joint interview with new world champion Max Verstappen, and said he is happy with his working relationship with the 48-year-old. “Christian is the team principal, he is in the public eye and I am more in the background,' Dr Marko said. Marko also affirms that he and Horner have the same stance on the direction of the team,...
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