Red Bull is investigating allegations against its Formula 1 team boss Christian Horner, 50, over alleged inappropriate behavior. As a Red Bull spokesperson said on Monday, the company has “launched an independent investigation. This investigation, which is already underway, is being conducted by an external specialist attorney. The company takes these matters very seriously and the investigation will be completed as soon as possible possible completed.”
Horner denied the Dutch newspaper's allegations The Telegraph according to complete return. The newspaper was the first to report on the case and, according to its own account, relies on several sources. The Red Bull spokesperson further stated that it would not be appropriate “to make any further comment at this time.” The company did not comment specifically on the allegations against Horner. Three-time Formula 1 world champion Max Verstappen drives for Red Bull. Horner has been team boss since 2005.