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Max Verstappen’s Dad Denies Leaking Christian Horner Sexts After Explosive Row

Max's Dad Denies Involvement

Max Verstappen's dad, Jos Verstappen, denied any involvement in leaking Christian Horner's sexts after a heated paddock row at the Bahrain Grand Prix.

Explosive Paddock Drama

Jos Verstappen reportedly had a blazing row with Horner in his paddock office, leaving tensions high at Red Bull Racing.

Toto Wolff Calls for Transparency

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff stoked fires over Horner's scandal, urging the FIA to act and ensure transparency in the F1 world.

Internal Struggles at Red Bull

Rumors of power struggles within Red Bull Racing leadership have been swirling, hinting at tensions that could potentially tear the team apart.

Verstappen's Dad Warns of Explosive Situation

Jos Verstappen previously stated that Red Bull Racing could face an explosion if Horner remains as team principal, highlighting the underlying tensions.

Horner's Response Amid Sext Leak

Christian Horner broke his silence after the shocking sext leak, while his marriage to Geri Halliwell faces scrutiny and questions.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Parc Ferme Formula 1?

The FIA uses the term Parc Ferme to describe a secured area in the pit lane, where the cars are closely monitored by them before and after the qualifying session and race. After cars have entered Parc Ferme they cannot be altered in any way except for certain allowed changes. This ensures that cars comply with the regulations and that teams do not gain an unfair advantage.

What is F1’s difference between slicks vs. wet tires?

Formula 1 Slick Tires are designed for dry, hot conditions. They have a smooth, flat surface that provides maximum grip. Wet tire tread patterns, such as those on intermediates and complete wets reduce the risk for aquaplaning. While full wets work best in heavy rain, intermediates can handle light to moderate rain.

Can Formula 1 teams test their cars year-round?

Formula 1 teams cannot test their cars all year round. The FIA regulates testing sessions in pre-season as well as during the season. The limitations are there to control the costs and maintain an equal playing field. The limited number of testing opportunities must be used to the fullest by teams in order for them to prepare and gather information on their cars.

How do drivers qualify for a Formula 1 race?

The Formula 1 race’s qualifying is done through a knockout format the day of the race. It is split into three parts – Q1,Q2,and Q3. Initially, all drivers compete in Q1, with the slowest five cars being eliminated. Next, the top 15 drivers move on to Q2, where another five cars are eliminated. The top 10 move on to Q3, and compete to gain pole position, as well as determine the order in which the first ten positions are placed.


  • As of the end of the 2022 season, Formula 1 races have been held in 34 different countries around the world.
  • Sebastian Vettel became the youngest World Champion in Formula 1 history, securing his first title at the age of 23 years and 134 days in 2010.
  • 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 Monaco Grand Prix is the shortest race on the Formula 1 calendar, with a total race distance of only 260.286 kilometers.
  • Jenson Button accomplished the greatest number of overtakes in a single race, with a total of 26 during the 2011 Canadian Grand Prix.
  • 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 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 highest number of cars to start a Formula 1 race was 34 at the 1953 German Grand Prix.

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How to buy tickets for Formula 1 Grand Prix

If you want to buy tickets for the Formula 1 Grand Prix visit the official F1 Website or the page for ticket sales on the website of the circuit that is hosting the event. Explore the various ticket options, such as general admission tickets, grandstands seats and special hospitality packages. You may get a better deal if you buy early. Popular races often sell out and the early bird price is lower. The circuit map will help you choose the most suitable viewing locations. Additionally, assess whether additional experiences are needed to complement the Grand Prix such as paddock or pit lane access. Make sure to read the terms and conditions of ticket refunds and exchanges. This will be especially important if the race schedule is changed unexpectedly.