In light of the Christian Horner scandal, Toto Wolff lays out the measures he believes the Formula One authorities should take.  

Mercedes CEO Toto Wolff has asked Formula One and its governing body to “set the compass right” as Christian Horner drama continues.  

After an internal investigation of “inappropriate behaviour” with a female worker, Horner was cleared to continue as Red Bull team principal this week.  

After his WhatsApp chats with his complainant were leaked to all the prominent sports players, the 50-year-old was under examination.  

On Friday, FIA president Mohammed ben Sulayem told the Financial Times that the instability  ...

“damaging the sport on a human level”. F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali has not commented  

Wolff urged Red Bull GmbH, which investigated Red Bull Racing, to be more transparent this week.  

The Austrian corporation claimed the Horner inquiry was “fair, rigorous and impartial” and that the 150-page report is “confidential”.  

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