Red Bull chief Christian Horner speaking to Wion pleaded with Lewis Hamilton not to retire from the sport. Hamilton’s loss at Abu Dhabi surely left a scar in the Briton’s heart. His return to the F1 still remains uncertain.
Christian Horner talks about the season Final at Abu Dhabi and how Max Verstappen deserved to be the World Champion. He even talks about the competitiveness between the Red Bull and Mercedes and even talks about how he and Toto Wolff were competitors who had a long hard tough season.
Horner at the end of the interview talks about Hamilton and hopes “he will be around”.
“I certainly hope Lewis will be around this year. He still is driving at an incredible level, the two drivers (Lewis and Max) last year were in the league of their own but ultimately it’s his (Lewis) choice, it’s his career, it’s his decision. I am sure he will decide what’s best for him what he wants to do.”Christian Horner
Red Bull gets its Wings
Max Verstappen at Abu Dhabi Grand Prix lifted his maiden World Drivers Championship title and ended Hamilton’s 4-year streak. Hamilton who was looking for his 8th World Drivers’ Championship title was left inconsolable when a last moment safety car took away his chance to win his 8th title.
On the other hand, Red Bull was successful in ending the 7-year drought of titles. Red Bull ended the supremacy of Mercedes drivers in the F1 world. Red Bull once was also a team that single-handedly dominated by wining four Drivers’ and four Constructors’ Championship between 2010 and 2014.