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Christian Horner has flown out to Bahrain ahead Formula One’s opening race of the season as he awaits a decision over an investigation into ‘inappropriate behaviour’ at  Red Bull. The Red Bull chief has strongly denied allegations about his conduct while working at the F1 team which has left question marks over his future. Horner has been providing evidence to the KC both in person and remotely in recent days, waiting to find out whether he still has a future as principal of the team. Horner was present at Red Bull’s new car launch on February 15 as he spoke for the first team since allegations came to light, claiming wife Geri had been ‘very supportive’ and insisted he would be present at the Bahrain curtain-raiser. ‘I have a very supportive family and a very supportive wife,’ he said. Horner has run the team since its entry into F1 in 2005 and won multiple championship with Sebastian Vettel and now Verstappen.

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