Christian Horner opens up on battling Mercedes' top lawyers while 'sticky with champagne'


Even now, two months on and following the replacement of Masi as race director, the events of that night in Abu Dhabi remain a hot topic of debate for fans.

And it is set to stay that way, with the latest season of Netflix’s Drive to Survive docu-drama coming out on March 11.

The show is certain to give more inside footage of what happened, and bring the whole incident right back to the front of everyone’s minds in the week building up to the 2022 season opener in Bahrain.

While the sport’s competitive integrity has been called into question, what is certain is that the whole drama has given F1’s profile a huge boost.

Because it is such a strong talking point, Horner says it has become more marketable to huge investors and therefore is in its strongest financial position for a long time.



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