Christian Horner is ready to come out fighting against ‘cheating’ accusations ahead of US Grand Prix after Red Bull were found in ‘minor’ breach of Formula One’s £114m spending cap en route to Max Verstappen’s first title

Red Bull boss Christian Horner will defend himself against accusations they ‘cheated’ to help Max Verstappen win the world title last year in a press conference ahead of the US Grand Prix in Austin. The timing struck Red Bull as pointed and has added to their feeling of persecution. He will at least not have to confront McLaren’s Zak Brown, who has written to the FIA president Mohammed Ben Sulayem to draw a line between Red Bull and the word ‘cheating. Red Bull will have to decide whether to accept the accepted breach agreement (ABA) – thought likely to be both financial and sporting – or challenge the ruling.

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