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Christian Horner is no longer in control at Red Bull - at least that is how it looks to the rest of the world.
If Christian Horner does take a sever disciplinary action like suspending Vettle for 1 race his own job looks like it could be over. If he cannot manage he will have to go.
Sad as he is a nice guy but being the boss means being in control and at the moment he is not.