‘Sky Sports F1 director en route to Red Bull factory to calm differences’
according to daily mail Sky Sports F1 director Billy McGinty will travel to the Red Bull Racing factory on Monday to correct the imbalance between the two parties. The Austrian team opted to boycott the British vehicle during the race weekend in Mexico.
Over the past weekend, the Austrian team chose to respond to Ted Kravitz’s comments, in his notebook after the US Grand Prix. In it, the Briton stated that Lewis Hamilton was robbed of his title last year. The pit reporter talked up a perfect movie script and it was the last straw for Red Bull Racing. Although the boycott was only one weekend away, the Sky Sport F1 director wants to clear up the dispute.
Visit the factory
Since the boycott, two British Channel managers have been in contact with Red Bull Racing. It will be Jonathan Licht and McKinty. It was learned that the controversy has now ended and McGinty’s visit to the Red Bull factory in Milton Keynes is said to be part of the reconciliation process between the two parties. Red Bull basically wanted to make a statement about the boycott, and that seems to have worked.
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This weekend, the Grand Prix in São Paulo is included in the programme. The Formula 1 Circus is preparing for the last two Grand Prix wins of the year, in addition, the third and final sprint race of the year will be held in Brazil. In Brazil, Christian Horner and Kravitz are expected to take the opportunity to bury the hatchet between them as well.
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