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Christian Horner’s situation at Red Bull, accused of “transgressive sexual behavior” with one of his employees, will be settled before the Bahrain GP on Saturday.

It’s not yet known what decision Red Bull will make regarding the F1 team’s principal team member, Christian Horner, who has been accused of “transgressive sexual behavior” with one of his female employees. But according to the Reuters news agency, his fate – whether dismissal or continuation on the job – will be revealed before Saturday and the first Grand Prix of the season, in Bahrain.

An internal investigation by a law firm was launched at the end of January, and revealed at the beginning of February. Since then, the Austrian team has obviously been very discreet. “Like everyone else, I want to get to the bottom of this investigation as quickly as possible,” Horner said at the time. After spending a few days at the Red Bull factory in Milton Keynes, he should be back in Bahrain on Wednesday, before the first free practice session on Thursday.

This post is originally from L’Équipe