Verstappen and Ricciardo apologised in the factory: 'They spoke very openly'
By Srihari HS 10 May 2018 | 11:56
After the Baku clash, Christian Horner demanded Max Verstappen and Daniel Ricciardo to apologize to all the staff at their Milton Keynes facility. The duo visited the HQ last Wednesday and tendered an apology to the team, Horner told Motorsport.com.
The team boss also spoke with them separately about the incident. "They stood in front of the staff and apologised and they spoke very openly. We've had a discussion in my office about the incident and they will talk in private about it in order to learn from it."
He is satisfied with how they have settled the issue after the collision. "Both drivers handled the aftermath to Baku in an exemplary manner, in the way they dealt with the media, they've come here and stood in front of every employee and apologised. The best way for them to make up for that is by delivering on track," Horner added. (Photo: Red Bull Content Pool)
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