Horner denies rift with Red Bull bosses, Verstappens amid investigation

Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has spoken publicly for the first time since being placed under investigation by the Formula 1 team's parent company following an accusation of inappropriate behaviour.

Horner attended the launch of Red Bull's new car for the 2024 season in an event at their Milton Keynes base on Thursday.

The 50-year-old publicly denied the allegations for the first time. He has previously denied the accusations "entirely".

Horner, who has been at the helm of Red Bull's F1 team since its launch in 2005, is the subject of an ongoing investigation by the Formula 1 team's Austrian parent company Red Bull GmbH following allegations of inappropriate behaviour being made against him by a colleague.

Horner was interviewed on Friday in London by the external specialist barrister carrying out the investigation. No resolution on the matter was reached during that first interview.