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Disturbances at Red Bull: Mark Mateschitz is said to have disappeared

Disturbances at Red Bull: Mark Mateschitz is said to have disappeared

Judging by the Formula 1 scandal surrounding team boss Christian Horner, the mood at Red Bull continues to rise. According to a media report, this should also affect Mark Mateschitz.

the equation1– Reason around redbull-Team leader Christian Horner Now it goes beyond sports. Due to constant new developments, it appears that an internal power struggle has developed in the company.


Control at Red Bull headquarters


As Salzburger Nachrichten reported on Sunday, a family member of the Thai majority owners has been in Mozart City for weeks and is going through the individual departments of the energy drink group.


As a reminder: the founder's family Chalio YuvidyaHe, who died in 2012, owned 51 percent of Red Bull and thus controlled the final decision-making processes.


The remaining 49 percent belongs to the Austrian side of Red Bull, or more precisely, belongs to them only. Mark Mateschitzthe son of the man who died in 2022 Dietrich Mateschitz. As SN also reported, Mateschitz has reportedly been in hiding for weeks and has not been seen or heard from.

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Complaint from Horner employee


There also appear to be new developments in the cause of all this unrest: the Horner case. As the BBC reported last weekend, the affected employee, who is now said to have been suspended from Red Bull, is said to have lodged a complaint with the FIA. International Automobile Federation Submitted.


A Red Bull spokesperson told the BBC they were not aware of the complaint. In early February, it became public that Horner had behaved inappropriately toward his employee. After an internal investigation by the energy drinks company, the complaint was dismissed, but pressure against the 50-year-old Briton continues.

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