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The Red Bull team principal appeared in Netflix's latest trailer for the new series Christian Horner is currently facing allegations of 'inappropriate behaviour' The 50-year-old has denied any wrongdoing ahead of the new F1 season

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Christian Horner is set to feature heavily in the upcoming series six of Netflix's Drive to Survive series despite an ongoing investigation into allegations of 'inappropriate behaviour' against the Red Bull chief.

Netflix dropped their newest adrenaline-packed trailer for the upcoming series six of the show that takes viewers behind the scenes of the Formula One season and the lives of drivers.

Horner was present at Red Bull's recent unveiling of their new car at the team's Milton Keynes headquarters that they hope will lead them to a successful F1 title defence.

The 50-year-old has strenuously denied the allegations made against him by a former Red Bull employee when he faced the media for the first time since news broke surrounding the team's ongoing investigation into his alleged actions.

F1 chiefs have since urged the championship-winning garage to resolve Horner's future 'at the earliest opportunity' and Netflix have included him in their teaser for the next series of the popular docuseries.

Christian Horner is set to feature heavily in the upcoming series six of Netflix 's Drive to Survive series

Christian Horner is set to feature heavily in the upcoming series six of Netflix 's Drive to Survive series

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