Despite a change in management within the FIA, drivers and teams have been complaining about consistency with regards to decisions. Red Bull team boss Christian Horner has backed the governing body. He emphasized that while there may be a couple of issues, things are on the right track overall.
During last season’s finale in Abu Dhabi, former race director Michael Masi made a controversial call. It eventually cost him his role within the sport and the management was restructured.
As reported by GPFans, when asked about any “frustrations” that remain with the new management, Horner said:
Speaking about the change in management under new FIA president Mohammed Ben Sulayem, who replaced Jean Todt in December last year, the Red Bull boss added:
Red Bull’s Sergio Perez recently confessed that he is “too young” and having “too much fun” to think about ending his career in F1 by the end of 2024. It is the year his contract with the Milton Keynes-based team is set to expire. Perez will be 34 at the end of his contract, while Alpine driver Fernando Alonso, the oldest driver on the grid, recently celebrated his 41st birthday.
Speaking to Sport Bild, the Mexican said:
Team boss Christian Horner previously suggested that Perez’s current contract may be his last within the sport, although this does not seem to be the plan for the 32-year-old.
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