Christian Horner is set to meet with Red Bull on Friday amid an internal investigation following allegations of “inappropriate behaviour” by an employee.
RacingNews365 understands that at present Horner is continuing in his duties as Team Principal. Red Bull is set to launch its car on February 15.
Sainz speaks out following Ferrari F1 axing
Carlos Sainz has insisted that he feels “calm” after being dropped at Ferrari in favour of Lewis Hamilton.
Ferrari announced last week that Hamilton will join the squad in 2025 in place of the Spaniard, who linked up with the Italian squad four years ago.
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Zhou reveals prior knowledge of Hamilton's Ferrari F1 switch
Zhou Guanyu has revealed that he knew of Lewis Hamilton’s shock move to Ferrari prior to the official announcement.
Hamilton announced last week that he will depart Mercedes at the end of the upcoming campaign and join Ferrari on a multi-year contract.
Williams boss Vowles responds to Horner allegations
Williams Team Principal James Vowles has become the first senior F1 staff member to speak out on the complaints made against Christian Horner.
On Monday it emerged that allegations had been made against Red Bull Team Principal Horner by a Red Bull employee.
Wolff to 'openly discuss' Mercedes interests with Hamilton
Mercedes Team Principal Toto Wolff will 'openly discuss' the team's interests with Lewis Hamilton as he departs to Ferrari.
After announcing that he will leave Mercedes at the end of the season, Hamilton faces the precarious position of driving for what will be his rival team in 2025 when he makes the move to the Scuderia.
Ferrari fire up SF-24 F1 challenger for the first time
Ferrari has officially fired up the SF-24 for the first time ahead of the upcoming Formula 1 season.
The Maranello-based squad will show off their car on 13th February, ahead of pre-season testing which begins on 21st February.