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Bernie Ecclestone Dismisses Rumours of Advising Christian Horner to Resign

Bernie Ecclestone refutes recent claims suggesting he advised Christian Horner to step down, amidst swirling rumours and an internal investigation into the Red Bull team principal.

Key Takeaways:

  • Bernie Ecclestone denies advising Christian Horner to resign.
  • Christian Horner faces an internal probe over allegations of misconduct.
  • The investigation could extend into the new F1 season.

Reports alleging Bernie Ecclestone’s counsel to Christian Horner on resignation have been debunked by the former F1 CEO. These claims arose amidst an internal inquiry into Horner’s conduct, leaving the Red Bull team principal under intense scrutiny as the new F1 season looms large.

In a swift response to the mounting speculation, Ecclestone clarified his stance, vehemently denying any involvement in advising Horner to step aside. His refutation adds a layer of complexity to an already convoluted narrative surrounding Red Bull’s leadership amid allegations of ‘inappropriate behavior’.

The timing of these developments couldn’t be more untimely, as the F1 fraternity gears up for the upcoming season. With all eyes on the teams and their principals, the resolution of Red Bull’s internal investigation remains eagerly anticipated.

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