Christian Horner was born in 1973 in the United Kingdom. As a bright young racer, Christian’s route to the highest step of the Formula One management ladder began behind the wheel. Christian laid up his racing overalls and moved into management after advancing through the divisions to Formula 3000 in the late 1990s. He formed the Arden International Race Team at the age of 25 and immediately turned it into a powerful and dominating machine.
Later on, Christian managed to harvest three International Formula 3000 Team titles, as well as Drivers’ crowns in 2003 and 2004. These accomplishments attracted the attention of Red Bull co-founder Dietrich Mateschitz, and when the business chose to operate its own F1 entry in 2005, it went to Christian to head the program.Christian led the Team to seventh place in the Constructors’ Championship in his debut season in F1, but the ultimate triumph came at the conclusion of the season when Christian gained the services of famed engineer Adrian Newey as Chief Technical Officer. Over the next two seasons, the Team advanced quickly, and by 2009, it was in a position to capitalize on important rule changes in the sport. The team’s first win, a 1-2 victory, came in the Chinese Grand Prix in 2009, kicking off an undefeated run that saw the Team earn six victories before the conclusion of the championship.
All the Team Bosses dream of winning the constructors title in the Formula 1 Championship. Horner later on managed to win the constructors and drivers title multiple times, this at the pinnacle of the sport is extremely hard and merits respect.