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Horner says even Hollywood couldn't improve on 2021

Red Bull team principal Christian Horner reckons that not even Hollywood's finest script writers and directors could have improved on the high drama of the 2021 F1 world championship story. The season literally went down to the wire. With Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton going into the season finale in a dead heat in the points standings, it meant everything had came down to a one-lap shoot-out in Abu Dhabi. “I think it was 47 years ago that this championship last went to a race where drivers were tied on points," Horner commented. “I don’t think even a Hollywood script writer could have come up with the ins and outs of this year." Read also: Horner extends contract with...
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