Helmut Marko on the 'potential' conflict with Christian Horner



by SEAD DEDOVIC

Helmut Marko on the 'potential' conflict with Christian Horner
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Helmut Marko and Christian Horner are not in a fight. This has now been officially confirmed by Marko. Although the media were suspicious, and increasingly emphasized the conflict between the Red Bull duo, it seems that this is far from the truth.

In an interview with the media, Helmut Marko emphasized that his cooperation with Horner has been great for 27 years. They went through a lot together, and created memories. In addition, the two have different tasks. "We've known each other for 27 years.

We built this up together. The division of labour looks like this: Christian does the operational stuff, I'm more into the strategy. That's good. It's worked so far and we'll see that it works in the future too."- Helmut Marko said, as quoted by crash.net!

Helmut Marko: There is no real news and now something is being played up

Marko believes that the fact that they are constantly winning and that this is their best season certainly angers many, and there is no other option but to create a fight between them.

Red Bull dominated this season like never before, and Max Verstappen managed to win the championship for the third time in a row. The Dutchman impressed with his performances this season. "I think we are winning too much! There is no real news and now something is being played up.

In general, the structure and the climate in the team is fine. It is clear that there are small differences of opinion, but everything is fine. We are having Red Bull Racing’s most successful season ever. But that has nothing to do with how we act and treat each other”.

Helmut Marko and Christian Horner aim to be part of this team in the seasons ahead. The dominance could continue in the following seasons. Having such two experienced people on the team is certainly a winning combination! It will be interesting to follow the progress of this team in the coming seasons.

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