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Christian Horner reveals the Queen once questioned him about Red Bull’s infamous ‘Multi-21’ feud

‘What’s going on with your drivers?’: Christian Horner reveals the Queen once questioned him about Red Bull’s infamous vette between Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber over lunch at Buckingham Palace

  • Christian Horner Revealed The Queen Asked Him To Explain The ‘Multi 21’ Feud
  • Tensions between Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber rose in 2013
  • Vettel was behind Mark Webber and he ignored Red Bull’s orders to stay there
  • Teammates’ relationship broke down after the Malaysian GP

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Christian Horner has revealed that The Queen once asked him to explain the fat one between Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber after their relationship as teammates at Red Bull broke down.

German star Vettel rose through Red Bull’s youth program to become world champions in 2010, while Australian Webber was brought into the team – which is why there was often some form of tension between the two.

Tensions between them finally peaked in 2013, during their last season together, when Vettel ignored team orders to overtake in the late stages of the Malaysian Grand Prix.

The Queen questioned Christian Horner about Red Bull's infamous Multi 21 feud in 2013

The Queen questioned Christian Horner about Red Bull’s infamous Multi 21 feud in 2013

Vettel was behind Webber because Red Bull had both drivers up front and the team ordered him to stay there.

However, eager to get the season off to a good start and secure that fourth title in a row, the German ignored that ‘Multi-21’ request and overtook the Aussie to steal the win.

The incident even came to Her Majesty’s attention, as Horner revealed in an interview, recalling: a conversation he had with the monarch at Buckingham Palace about that day in Kuala Lumpur.

Tensions between Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber rose during Malaysian GP

Tensions between Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber rose during Malaysian GP

Tensions between Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber rose during Malaysian GP

“She clearly loved her horses, a real passion of hers, a competitive spirit. But I remember being invited by herself and Prince Philip for lunch at Buckingham Palace,” Horner said Sky Sports F1.

“We were very few people there and she was clearly well informed. And she asked me… we sat down for lunch and she said ‘what’s the matter with your drivers? Why don’t they go further?”

Now Red Bull team boss Horner also paid tribute to the queen, who passed away on Thursday at the age of 96.

Red Bull team principal Horner (pictured, left) also paid tribute to the late Queen

Red Bull team principal Horner (pictured, left) also paid tribute to the late Queen

Red Bull team principal Horner (pictured, left) also paid tribute to the late Queen

He added: “She was just the most remarkable person, she immediately put you at ease. She also had a sense of humor. She will be very, very missed.

“It’s just really sad because she’s been stability for such a long time that it’s almost unimaginable to think she’s not there. It’s on every coin, every pound bill. It’s just too bad.’

Formula 1 paid its respects to the Queen with a minute’s silence in the Monza paddock before the first practice.

Another moment of reflection was for the drivers ahead of Sunday’s race.

British drivers Lando Norris, George Russell and Lewis Hamilton, plus the rest of the field, observe a minute of silence in honor of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II before the race at Monza

British drivers Lando Norris, George Russell and Lewis Hamilton, plus the rest of the field, observe a minute of silence in honor of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II before the race at Monza

British drivers Lando Norris, George Russell and Lewis Hamilton, plus the rest of the field, observe a minute of silence in honor of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II before the race at Monza

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