Christian Horner

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Christian Horner (born in Leamington Spa, United Kingdom on 16 November 1973) is the team manager of the Red Bull Racing Formula One team, a position he has held since 2005. His motorsport career started as a race car driver, before switching roles to become team principal of GP2 Series team Arden Motorsport in 1999.

Driving career

Horner's career in motorsport started after winning a Formula Renault scholarship in 1991. He competed in the 1992 British Formula Renault Championship with Manor Motorsport, finishing that season as a race winner and the highest placed rookie. He then moved up to British Formula Three, making his 1994 debut with the Fortec team. He moved to the ADR team in 1995, and moved again in 1996 to the TOM'S team. In 1996 he also raced in British Formula Two.

Horner moved up to Formula 3000 in 1997, founding the Arden team. He stayed in F3000 for 1998, joined at Arden by Kurt Mollekens. However, he decided that running a team was more for him than driving for one due to his lack of budget and talent, and he retired from active racing at the end of the season.

Team management

At the age of 25, Horner decided to continue with the team in F3000 as the owner, signing Viktor Maslov and Marc Goossens for the 1999 season. Success in the sport proved hard to find, with the team not finding a win in any of its first three seasons, Darren Manning not even being able to get one in his two seasons with the team.

A new driver line-up changed the situation for 2002,...
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