Horner: Switch to F1 secret ballot voting would be ‘a shame’

Brown wrote an open letter about the state of F1 that was published on Thursday, in which he called for a move to secret ballot voting at F1 Commission meetings.
Brown said the practice would stop unhealthy affiliations between bigger teams and smaller partner squads, ensuring they voted in the best interests of F1 as a whole.
But Red Bull team principal Horner felt it would be a shame in F1 …Keep reading

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