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Horner: 'The quickest way to become unpopular in F1 is to win consistently'

Red Bull Racing managed to win a whopping 17 races in the 2022 Formula 1 season. Christian Horner realises this is painful for rival teams and reckons they will come back stronger for that very reason. Article continues under ad While both championships were already pretty much sealed, controversy arose around the Austrian racing team's budget cap. "The higher you rise, the sharper the knives. We've experienced a bit of that this year. And the quickest way to become unpopular in this paddock is to win and win consistently," Horner told GPblog among other media. Read more Jos Verstappen: 'Max is just a bit done with everything now' Horner understands pain among rivals Moreover, he...
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