Horner dismisses the possibility of Lewis Hamilton joining Red Bull.

According to a report by Sky Sports, Christian Horner has dismissed the possibility of Lewis Hamilton joining the Red Bull team.

Christian Horner has ruled out a move for Sir Lewis Hamilton to join Red Bull, with the Briton’s contract at Mercedes expiring at the end of the season.

As he nears the age of 38, Lewis Hamilton has become a prominent figure in the initial phase of speculation surrounding his future career intentions. While Mercedes has voiced their intention to retain the driver who has aided them in securing numerous championships, there are suggestions that Hamilton may depart from the team due to doubts arising from their car’s underwhelming performance.

When questioned about the possibility of attempting to recruit the British driver to Red Bull Racing, Team Principal Christian Horner responded by stating that they would be unable to execute such a maneuver.

“What Lewis has achieved in Formula 1 is second to none, but we’re very happy with the drivers that we have,” Horner commented in an interview with Sky Sports F1.

“They’re committed as a pair, not only for this season but next season as well. So I can’t see where we would be able to accommodate Lewis.

“But I’m sure they [Mercedes] are going to sort their issues out, and we’re certainly not writing him off yet.”

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  1. It’s no surprise that Lewis Hamilton’s potential move to Red Bull has been a hot topic in the world of F1. However, Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has made it clear that there is no chance of this happening, citing the team’s focus on their current driver lineup. While some Hamilton fans may be disappointed, it’s important to trust the decisions made by the teams and their management in the best interest of their performance and success on the track.

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