‘What is going on on along with your drivers?’: Christian Horner reveals the Queen as soon as quizzed him over Pink Bull’s notorious ‘Multi-21’ feud between Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber over lunch at Buckingham Palace
- Christian Horner revealed The Queen requested him to clarify the ‘Multi 21’ feud
- Tensions between Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber got here to a head in 2013
- Vettel was behind Mark Webber and he ignored Pink Bull’s orders to remain there
- The connection between the team-mates broke down after the Malaysian GP
Christian Horner has revealed The Queen as soon as requested him to clarify the feud between Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber after their relationship as team-mates at Pink Bull broke down.
German star Vettel rose up by way of Pink Bull’s youth programme to change into world champion in 2010 whereas Australian Webber was introduced into the staff – due to this fact there was usually a type of stress between the 2.
Tensions between them lastly got here to a head in 2013, throughout their closing season collectively, when Vettel ignored staff orders to overhaul within the late phases of the Malaysian Grand Prix.
The Queen quizzed Christian Horner over Pink Bull’s notorious Multi 21 feud again in 2013
Vettel was behind Webber as Pink Bull had each their drivers on the entrance of the race, and the staff ordered him to remain there.
The German was, nonetheless, eager to start out the season properly and safe that fourth title in a row, he ignored that ‘Multi-21’ request and overtook the Aussie to steal the win.
The incident even got here to the eye of Her Majesty, as Horner revealed in an interview, wherein he recalled a dialog he had with the monarch at Buckingham Palace about that day in Kuala Lumpur.
Tensions between Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber got here to a head on the Malaysian GP
‘She beloved her horses clearly, an actual ardour of hers, aggressive spirit. However I keep in mind being invited to a lunch at Buckingham Palace by herself and Prince Philip,’ Horner informed Sky Sports activities F1.
‘There have been only a few of us there and she or he’d clearly been properly briefed. And he or she requested me… we sat down for lunch and she or he mentioned ‘what is going on on along with your drivers? Why do not they get on?”
Now Pink Bull staff principal Horner additionally paid tribute to the Queen, who died on Thursday on the age of 96.
Pink Bull staff principal Horner (pictured, left) additionally paid tribute to the Queen who handed away
He added: ‘She was simply essentially the most outstanding individual, instantly put you comfortable. She had a way of humour as properly. She’ll be sorely, sorely missed.
‘It is simply tremendously unhappy as a result of she’s been the steadiness for such a protracted time frame that it is nearly unimaginable to consider her not being there. She’s on each coin, each pound word. It is only a actual disgrace.’
Components 1 paid its respects to the Queen with a minute’s silence held within the paddock at Monza forward of the primary observe.
Additionally they plan on paying extra respects to Her Majesty forward of Sunday’s Italian Grand Prix.