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Christian Horner is sure of being the ‘bad guy’ in Lewis Hamilton’s new F1 movie

Christian Horner is sure of being the ‘bad guy’ in Lewis Hamilton’s new F1 movie

Christian Horner thinks he and Red Bull will be the villains in the new F1 movie starring Brad Pitt and produced by Lewis Hamilton.
Christian Horner is sure he and Red Bull are the bad guys in the new F1 movie starring Brad Pitt. Read on to know the hilarious reason why.

Christian Horner is loving his life at the top of F1 right now. Red Bull has produced one of the most dominant cars in history. In the hands of Max Verstappen, the car is ridiculously quick, and they are on track to break multiple records. F1 is enjoying a good time on the world stage as well. Filming has begun for the new F1 movie starring Brad Pitt, directed by Joseph Kosinski, and involving Lewis Hamilton.

The New F1 Movie

Lewis Hamilton has an extensive involvement in this new movie. He is an Executive Producer and is giving a lot of input for the movie. While his exact role is unknown, Toto Wolff is a part of the movie as well. Mercedes and the Carlin Racing Team have been heavily involved in setting up the fictional Apex GP team.

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Christian Horner thinks he and Red Bull will be the villains in the new F1 movie starring Brad Pitt and produced by Lewis Hamilton.

The movie will be utilizing two Formula 2 chassis modified for the sole purpose of filming. Apart from setting up the cars, Mercedes also helped them set up a fictional garage in the pit lane. Apparently, they did such a good job that a few real-life teams were jealous.

The Apex GP team hit the track for the first time during the Silverstone GP. Brad Pitt was on track and even drove the car himself. They were also present during the Hungarian GP. Brad Pitt chose to skip the event in support of the strike in Hollywood. So what does Christian Horner think of all this?

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Great for the sport, but we are surely the Villains

Christian Horner has said that this movie is an amazing thing for F1. Taking F1 to the big screens is an amazing venture according to the Red Bull boss. He has recently marveled at the growing interest in the sport across the world, especially in America.

Given the involvement of Lewis Hamilton and Toto Wolff, he was quick to take a shot at them. He is certain that both of them will portray Red Bull as the bad guys and the villains. 2021 is still fresh in everyone’s memories. Red Bull and Mercedes were involved in a titanic battle on-track which got out of hand off-track as well. So, is Christian Horner right in thinking so? What will the F1 film be about? Keep following us to remain updated.

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