F1 fans ‘scarred’ by Christian Horner pic next to supporter with raunchy t-shirt

Formula 1 fans have been left ‘scarred’ by a picture of Red Bull boss Christian Horner, after he posed next to one of his adoring fans with a raunchy t-shirt. Horner was at the Canadian Grand Prix looking to continue Red Bull’s recent hot run in the 2022 campaign.

And, on the track everything near enough went to plan as Max Verstappen made up for the withdrawal of teammate Sergio Perez by winning his fifth Grand Prix in six races. Off the track Horner had time to pose for pictures with his supporters, and one fan snap certainly caught the eye of F1 followers.

Posing for a picture, the smiling Horner stood alongside a female fan who was sporting a rather raunchy message on her t-shirt which read ‘horny for Horner’.

The image first emerged on Instagram before swiftly being taken down from the social media site. The t-shirt no doubt left a scar on one fan, as @MsPerrett took to Twitter to write: “I’m still scarred by the image that crossed my TL with that broad’s tshirt saying “Horny for Horner"

Despite the scarring for some, the raunchy message was clearly catching on with other fans, as @SeFrOn__ commented: “I. NEED. THAT. SHIRT .#HornyForHorner #CanadianGP,” whilst @VeryDirtyAir added: “Retweet it you’re horny for Horner #CanadianGP.”

Away from his adoring fans, Horner was full of praise for his star man for Verstappen, as the Dutchman cemented his place at the top of the drivers’ standings with yet another victory thanks to professional drive from the front. Speaking afterwards, the Red Bull boss believes the world champion is ‘in the form of his life’.

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Per Sky Sports he said: “Max is in the form of his life and the team are doing a great job. All credit to Carlos today, he pushed Max really, really hard. But Max was absolutely clinical; it was a really impressive drive.”

His victory was not without its hiccups, after Horner revealed the Dutchman’s radio cut out as he was entering the final few laps of the race. Despite the lack of communication, Horner added that Verstappen ‘didn’t need to hear’ the Red Bull team as he saw off Carlos Sainz to secure the win.

Horner added: “We actually lost communication with the car! It was one-way traffic, he could hear us but we couldn't hear him… I guess he didn't need to hear us too much."

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