Christian Horner: ‘Drivers will be rusty as hell – there will be incidents’

F1’s hiatus offers the Red Bull chief time to take stock but the racer within him cannot wait to hear the roar of grand prix engines again

What happens when the maelstrom of Formula One gives way to quietude and contemplation? When the absence of relentless competition, pressure and intensity leaves only a disconcerting chasm it presents unfamiliar territory. For Red Bull’s Christian Horner it has been an opportunity too.

“The positive is it makes you appreciate the people around you more,” the team principal says. “Friends and family, situations like this make you take stock because this virus can affect anybody and there is nothing more precious and valuable than life. Particularly your loved and close ones.”

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