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Guenther Steiner wades into Christian Horner ‘sex texts’ scandal as former team boss admits some Red Bull bosses are ‘going to rethink what they want to do’ amid row that has darkened Formula 1

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Former Haas boss Günther Steiner
  • Günther Steiner had his say on the conflict with Christian Horner
  • Ex-Haas boss hopes sport can ‘move forward’ soon
  • Horner is in the middle of a ‘sex texts’ scandal

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Guenther Steiner hopes Red Bull will “end” the feud that has engulfed Christian Horner, with the team principal’s “sex texts” scandal overshadowing the start of the Formula 1 season.

Red Bull team boss Horner was accused of “coercive behavior” by an unnamed female employee before being cleared by a lawyer hired by the motorsport team to investigate.

However, the woman has since appealed the outcome after being suspended by the team for testifying “dishonestly”.

The Formula 1 circus arrives in Melbourne this weekend for the third race of the season, but Horner’s off-track drama remains the talk of the town, and former Haas boss Steiner hopes the saga ends Soon.

Former Haas boss Günther Steiner

Horner steadfastly refused to quit his role

Horner steadfastly refused to quit his role

Günther Steiner hopes there will soon be an “end” to the Christian Horner scandal

Horner (right) has been in the spotlight amid a 'sex texts' scandal

Horner (right) has been in the spotlight amid a 'sex texts' scandal

Horner (right) has been in the spotlight amid a ‘sex texts’ scandal

Reflecting on the mood within Red Bull, he told ABC Sport: “In the upper echelons of the company there will be… people rethinking what they want to do,” he said. he declares.

“I hope that for the sake of Formula 1… they put an end to it… and we move on.”

Steiner has started working as a television commentator since being stood down by Haas in the off-season and will be in the paddock for the Albert Park race this weekend.

He takes his time away from the sport to think about his next move.

“I don’t know if I want to come back as team leader,” he admitted.

“Maybe creating a new team, for the new era of Formula 1… that could be an opportunity.”

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