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Geri Halliwell Unfollows Max Verstappen Amid Red Bull Drama

Geri Halliwell Takes Action on Instagram

Geri Halliwell has unfollowed Max Verstappen on Instagram amidst allegations against her husband, Red Bull chief Christian Horner, for sending "sexual messages" to a colleague. This move comes as Horner's position at Red Bull is under scrutiny.

Support and Speculation Surrounding Geri Halliwell

Despite the claims, Geri Halliwell has stood by her husband, with the support of her former Spice Girls bandmates. Reports of infighting at Red Bull have led to Geri unfollowing Max Verstappen on Instagram, while continuing to follow other accounts linked to the team.

Tensions Rise at Red Bull

The drama unfolds as Red Bull Racing faces internal tensions, with rumors of leadership conflicts following the recent success of the team in Formula 1. Christian Horner has denied the allegations against him and is awaiting the outcome of the investigation.

Hope for Resolution

Christian Horner is hoping for a swift resolution to the investigation as Red Bull's partners urge transparency and a quick outcome. The future of Horner at Red Bull remains uncertain, with the investigation expected to conclude soon.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is DRS Formula 1? How does it work

Drag Reduction System, or DRS in Formula 1, is a device used to help facilitate overtaking. The device works by reducing drag aerodynamically when activated. This allows a following car to gain temporary speed advantage. The DRS is only available in certain zones of the track, and at specific points where the driver’s car is within a second of the one ahead.

What is Formula 1’s Monaco Grand Prix about?

Monaco Grand Prix is a highly prestigious event in motorsport, not just for its glamour, but also because of the enormous challenge it offers to drivers. Monte Carlo is a technical circuit with narrow, winding streets. There’s no room for errors and the average speed is lower than on other tracks. Monaco is a legendary Formula 1 track because of its rich history, tight corners, and high barriers.

How do drivers qualify for a Formula 1 race?

The Formula 1 qualifying system is a knockout system that takes place the day before the race. It’s broken down into three segments, Q1,Q2,andQ3. In the first round, all drivers will compete. Five of the slowest cars in each class are eliminated. From the 15 remaining drivers, another five will be eliminated in Q2. The top 10 cars then proceed to Q3, in which they compete to win pole position and determine starting order.


  • The 2020 Formula 1 season comprised the shortest calendar in recent history with just 17 races, due to the global impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • The fastest lap ever recorded in Formula 1 was set by Juan Pablo Montoya, reaching a top speed of 372.6 km/h (231.523 mph).
  • The Silverstone Circuit, home to the British Grand Prix, has hosted more Formula 1 races than any other circuit since the championship began in 1950.
  • The largest winning margin in a Formula 1 race was recorded by Jim Clark in 1963 at the Belgian Grand Prix, with a lead of nearly 5 minutes over the second-place finisher.
  • Ayrton Senna holds the record for most consecutive pole positions, achieving a series of eight poles from the 1988 Spanish Grand Prix to the 1989 United States Grand Prix.
  • The Italian Grand Prix at Monza is known as the ‘Temple of Speed’, which has the highest average speed of any circuit on the current Formula 1 calendar.
  • As of the latest season, Mercedes AMG Petronas has won eight consecutive Constructors’ Championships, the longest streak in Formula 1 history.
  • Michael Schumacher holds the record for the most World Championships won by a single driver, with a total of seven titles.

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How to Analyze Formula 1 Tyre Strategies

Formula 1 tire strategies involve complex decisions that are influenced both by the race conditions, circuit characteristics and car performance. Understanding the performance of Pirelli’s sole tire supplier and the different compounds available will help you analyze these strategies. Keep track of the tires used by each driver and how they change with race pace. Follow F1 broadcasters’ or online motorsport publications’ post-race analysis, in which experts discuss the success and failure of various tire strategies.

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