Former F1 team boss completely done with Horner soap: ‘I find this vibe disturbing’

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Former F1 team boss completely done with Horner soap: 'I find this vibe disturbing'

Eddie Jordan is now completely done with the soap opera surrounding Red Bull Racing team boss Christian Horner. The former team owner is bothered by the fact that the situation is still being discussed and the Irishman would like to discuss other topics that have something to do with Formula 1.

The independent investigation into Horner’s alleged inappropriate behavior has now been completed for some time and although the fifty-year-old Briton was acquitted, the subject is still discussed in the paddock. Jordan thinks it’s been nice now. In the Formula For Success podcast, the Irishman shows that he has now had enough of the discussion.

“The investigation has made it clear that he (Horner, ed.) was not guilty of anything, so if we believe in the legal system, this is the outcome,” Jordan begins his story. ‘This whole vibe, I find it disturbing. I think it has nothing to do with Formula 1. I want to hear about the drivers and the latest technologies. I want to know why Williams didn’t have a spare chassis in Australia and I want to hear more about the improvements made by the different teams. And we also have to talk about someone like Nico H├╝lkenberg, who now scores points regularly. That’s remarkable,” Jordan said.

The matter should have been resolved behind closed doors

Finally, Jordan would like to say one thing about the situation surrounding Horner. ‘The only thing I want to say about Christian (Horner, ed.) and Red Bull is that this matter should have been handled privately and behind closed doors. And there should have been a correct solution to these kinds of problems,” the Irishman is clear. ‘By putting it out there, everyone is on top of it. Every editor in the world of any magazine or newspaper, when they come up with something about Red Bull and Christian Horner, they are on top of it, from the front page to the back page. That is really a problem,” says Jordan.

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