Mintzlaff could replace Horner at the helm of Red Bull Racing

Mintzlaff could replace Horner at the helm of Red Bull Racing

Oliver Mintzlaff, who is responsible for all advertising activities of Austrian energy drink manufacturer Red Bull, could lead Formula 1 team Red Bull Racing if Christian Horner is fired. The British The Times reports this, citing sources.

According to the newspaper, the team’s employees are currently in the dark about what exactly is happening and can only speculate whether the parent company’s desire to remove Horner from management is related to the installation of a high-ranking person from Salzburg at the head. of the team.”

According to sources from The Times, possible personnel changes could lead to Mintzlaff becoming the head of the Formula 1 team.

Christian Horner is believed to have the support of Red Bull’s Thai shareholders, but has had tense relations with the company’s Austrian owners since the death of Dietrich Mateschitz.

The newspaper claims that the charges brought against him came as a “complete surprise” to Horner himself and that he learned about them on Monday when he attended a meeting of the Formula 1 Commission. Friday as part of the investigation into the complaint filed against him.

Another British publication, The Sun, provides some details of what exactly Horner is accused of. Reportedly, one of the team’s employees filed a complaint against him. Horner was concerned about her behavior and “made it clear that he was dissatisfied.” The employee continued to complain about his ‘controlling’ behavior, which led to a crisis in the championship team.

Source: F1 News

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