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Press: a ceasefire at Red Bull

Press: a ceasefire at Red Bull

Krisztián Márk Tóth |

According to the British press, conciliatory talks have been initiated at the highest levels of the team. Although the team is doing well so far, no-one wants the bad public mood to come at the expense of performance.

The Mirror reports that conciliatory talks have recently taken place between Red Bull's Austrian shareholding, representatives of the Thai Yoovidhya family, who own a 51% majority stake, and Christian Horner, Max Verstappen, Jos Verstappen and Helmut Marko. At this meeting, CEO Oliver Mintzlaff and Managing Director Franz Watzlawick stood up for Horner and called on the Verstappen family to end their continued and public attacks. According to reports, the parties agreed to a ceasefire and pledged to keep everyone focused on Verstappen's fight for a fourth championship title. This has certainly put to rest rumours of Horner's pre/post replacement at the Australian Grand Prix. While there is indeed a good chance of silence, we are sure that the matter is far from over...