The head of the Red Bull Racing Christian Horner said that it is not necessary to consider MotoGP as a competitor to Formula 1.
While in recent years, the world championship road-racing gaining popularity, the “Royal race” has often been criticized. Many even sometimes put MotoGP in the example of the Big Prizes, but, according to Horner, it’s not very appropriate.
“It makes little sense to compare the ratings for MotoGP and Formula 1, – quotes Horner Motorsport-Total. – Can we increase the popularity of F1? Of course! Hopefully, with the help of the plans that we have now, we’ll make a F1 race spectacular.
The protagonists have to be pilots. We need real characters”.
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