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Horner defiant that Red Bull owning two F1 teams a ‘non-issue'

McLaren CEO Zak Brown's continued staunch opposition to two-team ownership in Formula 1 is a 'non-issue', according to Red Bull Team Principal Christian Horner. Brown has been consistent of late in his criticism of Red Bull owning two teams in F1: Red Bull Racing and the recently rebranded Visa Cash App RB outfit. The model […]
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