Christian Horner insists he has NO regrets over outburst that infuriated FIA and led to stewards meeting, having blamed a ‘rogue marshal’ for Max Verstappen collecting a five-place grid penalty at Qatar Grand Prix

Christian Horner has no regret over his actions at the Qatar Grand Prix as the Red Bull team boss saw Lewis Hamilton narrow the gap to championship-leader Max Verstappen. Hamilton roared to a lights-to-flag victory in Formula One’s inaugural race in Doha, taking the Mercedes driver to within eight points of Red Bull’s Verstappen with two races to go. The Qatar Grand Prix lacked some of the excitement of recent races on the track – but Horner and his Mercedes counterpart Toto Wolff more than made amends off it. Verstappen finished a distant second in Doha but can be crowned world champion in Jeddah if he wins with the fastest lap and Hamilton fails to finish in the top five.

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