Red Bull no victim in cheating scandal says Wolff

Toto Wolff has mocked and slammed Christian Horner for playing the “victim” in the raging budget cap scandal. However, Horner says the “cheating” narrative has been ramped up by Red Bull’s direct rivals – including McLaren supremo Zak Brown who even used that inflammatory word in his recent letter to the FIA president. “Zak’s letter is tremendously disappointing,” said the Red Bull boss. We’re getting kids that are being bullied in playgrounds that are employees’ children,” Horner said. But former F1 driver Romain Grosjean told L’Equipe: “If Red Bull overspent, they cheated. Red Bull cancelled a scheduled press conference on the topic on Friday pending further talks with the FIA, and Horner said he is still hopeful the situation might be resolved in Austin. “There’s going to be no private, secret deal,” said Horner.

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