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Horner: Drivers should stay at top teams for same money

Formula 1 drivers at every top team should all keep their seats for 2021, according to Red Bull boss Christian Horner. Next year looks set to be a fascinating as the 2021 Silly Season has already kicked-in as the sport's heavy hitters Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes), Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari) and Max Verstappen (Red Bull-Honda) all out of contract. 'Everyone should stay with their same team for the same money,' Horner, the team principal at Red Bull, told Formule1. 'Lewis is happy where he is, Max is happy here and fits well with us. Why should they change?' 'We just have to give Max a good car next year so that we can keep him,' insisted the team boss Indeed, the Verstappen camp has shown...
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