Horner: It's the rivals who should apologize to us, not us
Christian Horner spoke about the apology for violations of financial regulations.
The head of "Red Bull" Christian Horner spoke about the apology for violations of financial regulations.
Christian Horner: "To be honest, they should apologize to us for some of the accusations. We will not apologize for the way we performed and acted. We will be able to survive the fact that conclusions need to be drawn and mistakes were potentially made in our report. But it's easy to say in hindsight — everyone is now great specialists. We weren't going to break the rules.
We didn't do anything dishonest. I don't think we should apologize. Lessons need to be learned – we can all draw conclusions from the situation.
We were publicly beaten — I'm talking about accusations from rivals. Our drivers were booed at the race tracks, we suffered significant reputational damage. We need to stop this and move on”.