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Horner cleared as ex-F1 driver suggests Hamilton ban - RacingNews365 Review

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Red Bull Racing's parent company has cleared Team Principal and CEO Christian Horner following the internal investigation into allegations of inappropriate behaviour.

It was announced in early February that Horner, who has been in charge of Red Bull since it joined F1 in 2005, was being placed under investigation following a complaint by a female member of staff.

READ MORE: Horner cleared by Red Bull after internal investigation

Former F1 driver proposes Hamilton Mercedes ban

Former Ferrari driver Ivan Capelli believes Mercedes will have to impose a ban on Lewis Hamilton midway through the new F1 season ahead of his move to the Scuderia.

The seven-time F1 World Champion will make the switch to Ferrari for next season after an announcement ahead of the upcoming campaign, bringing an end to his career-long association with Mercedes.

READ MORE: Former F1 driver proposes Hamilton Mercedes ban

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Alonso hints at F1 retirement plans

Fernando Alonso has hinted he is yet to decide whether to continue racing in F1 beyond the coming season.

The Spaniard begins his 21st season in the sport this year having made his debut with Minardi in 2001, though he has returned following two separate breaks away from a full-time race seat.

READ MORE: Alonso hints at F1 retirement plans

Magnussen keen for Haas F1 commitment beyond 2024

Kevin Magnussen has hinted that he is keen to remain at Haas beyond the upcoming season, insisting he has “unfinished business” with the squad.

Magnussen has spent several seasons with the US-owned outfit, linking up with it in 2017 just one year after it joined the grid.


READ MORE: Magnussen keen for Haas F1 commitment beyond 2024

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Bottas warns against 'forgetting' F1 success with future uncertain

Valtteri Bottas has revealed that his priority for the 2025 Formula 1 season is to remain with Stake F1 ahead of Audi's arrival.

Audi will join the grid in 2026 and take over the Sauber-run operation, becoming the works team for the German manufacturer, which will likely be a highly desired destination for several drivers on the grid.

READ MORE: Bottas warns against 'forgetting' F1 success with future uncertain

Tsunoda: No targets set by Marko in quest for Red Bull jump

RB driver Yuki Tsunoda has insisted Red Bull Motorsport Advisor Helmut Marko has not set performance targets with a view to making the step to the Milton Keynes-based outfit for next season.

There is potentially an opening with the reigning Constructors' championship-winning team from next season if Sergio Perez fails to pick up performances from last term.

READ MORE: Tsunoda: No targets set by Marko in quest for Red Bull jump

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