Updated Wednesday, February 28, 2024-18:51

Red Bull Racing boss

Christian Horner

will remain in his role at the Austrian brand after the independent investigation into the British executive for alleged inappropriate behavior was completed and the allegations were "dismissed."

The team leader of the Austrian brand was being investigated by the Austrian team after being accused by a member of the structure of alleged inappropriate behavior, but

Red Bull

confirmed on Wednesday afternoon that the investigation was "fair, rigorous and impartial." .

"The report is confidential and contains private information of the parties and third parties who assisted in the investigation and, therefore, no further comments will be made out of respect for all those involved," the Austrian company said in a statement.

In the text,

Red Bull

assured that it "continues to strive to achieve the highest standards in the workplace", after, independently of the company itself, an external specialist lawyer carried out an investigation into


, the team leader. of the Austrian brand since 2005.

The Dutchman

Max Verstappen

(Red Bull) preferred not to speak about this issue this Wednesday morning at the press conference prior to the Bahrain Grand Prix and assured that he wanted this issue to be resolved "as quickly as possible."