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Horner longest-running team boss on the grid: Ferrari must learn from Red Bull

Since Christian Horner's arrival at Red Bull Racing in 2005, Ferrari has changed team bosses no less than four times. The Italian racing stable has a lot to learn from Horner's success with the Milton Keynes-based team. Article continues under ad Horner is the longest-serving team boss on the Formula 1 grid. The 2022 season was the Briton's eighteenth as Red Bull boss. Appointed head of Red Bull in January 2005, Horner became the youngest team boss at the time. Not only were some pretty good results achieved immediately, Horner also played a key role in the hiring of Adrian Newey as chief technical officer. Red Bull failed to achieve more than three seventh-place finishes and one...
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