Horner investigation update and Alonso’s scary Verstappen prediction

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The outcome of the investigation into Red Bull Team Principal Christian Horner will be announced this week, RacingNews365 understands.

Red Bull F1’s parent company Red Bull GmbH placed the team boss under investigation earlier in February, after an allegation of inappropriate behaviour was made against Horner by a female employee.

Alonso provides damning Verstappen F1 prediction

Fernando Alonso has conceded the F1 grid “think they will not win” the Drivers’ championship after Max Verstappen and Red Bull’s performance in the Bahrain pre-season test.

Dutchman Verstappen enters the new campaign looking for his fourth consecutive title having dominated last term, breaking the F1 record for most wins in a single season.

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New Haas boss facing Magnussen Hulkenberg reality

New Haas team principal Ayao Komatsu is aware that if he fails to provide drivers Kevin Magnussen and Nico Hulkenberg with a competitive car this F1 season then both could decide to leave.

In his first year in charge of Haas, stepping up from his director of engineering role to replace Guenther Steiner, Komatsu faces an intriguing situation as the driver market is wide open with several out of contract at the end of the campaign.

Russell: F1 safety change ‘still not enough’

George Russell has conceded that the cooling vent tested by Mercedes at pre-season testing would have made very little difference at last year’s Qatar Grand Prix.

Drivers were subjected to extreme temperatures at the Lusail International Circuit last year with temperatures failing to drop below 36 degrees Celsius during the race.

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Mercedes told Hamilton he was ‘wrong’ after begging for change

Lewis Hamilton has revealed he was told his feedback was “wrong” by Mercedes during its struggles over the past two seasons.

The Silver Arrows has won just a single race under F1’s latest technical regulatory era, courtesy of George Russell at the 2022 São Paulo Grand Prix.

Verstappen and Red Bull shortlisted for illustrious awards

Max Verstappen has been shortlisted for the Laureus World Sports Awards’ Sportsman of the Year.

The Dutchman secured a third F1 Drivers’ title in sublime fashion last season, breaking his own record for most wins in a single season.

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