- Fernando Alonso
- Jules Bianchi
- Valtteri Bottas
- Jenson Button
- Max Chilton
- Marcus Ericsson
- Romain Grosjean
- Esteban Gutiérrez
- Lewis Hamilton
- Nico Hülkenberg
- Kamui Kobayashi
- Daniil Kvyat
- Kevin Magnussen
- Pastor Maldonado
- Felipe Massa
- Sergio Perez
- Kimi Räikkönen
- Daniel Ricciardo
- Nico Rosberg
- Adrian Sutil
- Jean-Éric Vergne
- Sebastian Vettel
- Full name Christian Horner
- Birth date November 16, 1973
- Birthplace Leamington Spa, Great Britain
- Current age 40 years 248 days
- Teams Red Bull
- Other roles Principal
Christian Horner is the first of a new breed of young, enthusiastic team principals and during his time in charge at Red Bull he has silenced any critics who claimed he was too young for the post.
He started out as a driver, competing in the British F3 championship with three different teams in the space of three seasons between 1994 and 1996. In 1997 he moved into F3000 and founded Team Arden. After realising he would not make it to the top level he retired from driving at the end of the 1998 season to concentrate on team management.
At just 25 years old, Horner initially struggled for results with his fledgling team. However, in 2002 he signed Tomas Enge and Bjorn Wirdheim and Enge went on to win the championship, only to be demoted to third after failing a drugs test. Wirdheim remained with the team the following year and went on to win the title by a massive 35 points.
2004 was Arden and Horner's glory year. He signed Tonio Liuzzi and Robert Doornbos and the team secured the constructors' title by a huge margin with Liuzzi taking the drivers' accolade.
When Red Bull entered F1 in 2005 they set about finding a young, dynamic team leader and Horner was an obvious choice. When he joined F1, aged just 32, he was by far the youngest team principal and the media were quick to attack the appointment, ignoring the fact that both Frank Williams and Ron Dennis were a similar age when they started their F1 careers.
It took Horner just over a season to secure the team's first podium at the 2006 Monaco Grand Prix. Before the race he promised that should a Red Bull finish in the top three, he would take a dip in the Energy Station's pool in his birthday suit - and true to his word he kept his promise, albeit dressed in a superman cape.
Now older and wiser, Horner has led the team to three consecutive constructors' and drivers' titles, with the appointment of Adrian Newey as technical director proving to be an inspired decision.
Hamilton's brake change sets 'interesting precedent' - Horner (July 21, 2014)
Drivers must be free to race - Horner (July 8, 2014)
Red Bull has engine options for 2016 (July 1, 2014)
Mercedes flatters to deceive (June 23, 2014)
- Renault performance 'unacceptable' - Red Bull (June 22, 2014)