Christian Horner

Christian Horner, OBE ( born November 16, 1973 in Leamington Spa) is a former British racing driver and current team principal of Red Bull Racing. He is also the team owner of the GP2 team Arden International.


The motorsport career by Christian Horner began in 1994 with the debut of the Fortec team in the British Formula 3 The following year, Horner was with ADR Motorsport. In 1996, Horner again to another team, TOM's team. In this year he also drove in the British Formula 2

In 1997 it moved Christian Horner to Formula 3000, where he founded the Arden Motorsport team. In 1998, he remained in Formula 3000 and participated at the same time when Kurt Mollektions team.

1999 Christian Horner opted for a future as a team owner in Formula 3000 with Viktor Maslov and Marc Goossens. 2002 changed by a driver arrangement, the whole situation: Christian Horner took Tomáš Enge and Björn is home to the team to replace Viktor Maslov and Marc Goossens. For the 2003 season Tomáš Enge had to vacate the cockpit for the American Townsend Bell, while Bjorn home could stay in the team. The 2004 season was for Christian Horner and the Arden team a successful year: the future Formula 1 driver Vitantonio Liuzzi and Robert Doornbos won the drivers' and team standings for Arden.

2005 Christian Horner moved into Formula 1 Red Bull founder Dietrich Mateschitz bought the Jaguar team and put Horner as team boss of the newly founded Austrian Red Bull Racing one. 2010 to 2013 the team as team boss Horner won four times in a row, both the world title of the designers as well as with Sebastian Vettel the World Champion title in the driver standings.

  • Formula 1 team boss
  • Formula 3000 racer
  • Racer ( UK )
  • Officer of the Order of the British Empire
  • Manager
  • Briton
  • Born in 1973
  • Man