So sad :Red Bull chief Horner wants investigation resolved ‘as soon as possible’

Bahrain’s Sakhir — Christian Horner, the principal of the Red Bull team, stated on Thursday that he hopes the continuing investigation into his alleged misbehavior

would be concluded “as soon as possible” as the Formula 1 season draws closer.

The parent company of Red Bull announced on February 5 that it was looking into claims of wrongdoing against a team member.

Horner has carried on with his work while denying any misconduct. There is no published schedule for when the probe will be finished.

“I’m really not at liberty to comment about the process, but everybody would like a conclusion as soon as possible,” Horner remarked on the second day of the three-day preseason testing in Bahrain. I’ll be racing next week.

F1 and the regulatory body FIA have both called for a speedy conclusion to the probe in past statements. Zak Brown, the CEO of McLaren, expressed his hope on Thursday that the probe will be “handled in a very transparent way,” echoing Toto Wolff of Mercedes’ earlier request for openness.

On the track, Sergio Perez of Red Bull was second fastest by.758 seconds to Carlos Sainz Jr. of Ferrari, while Lewis Hamilton of Mercedes finished third. For the first time since it was confirmed that he would be switching to Ferrari for the upcoming season, Hamilton was driving for Mercedes in a formal F1 event. At the Italian squad, he will take Sainz’s place.

For each testing session, teams are limited to one driver on the circuit. Max Verstappen, the reigning champion and Wednesday’s fastest driver, did not drive for Red Bull on Thursday.

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