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Max Verstappen’s return to victory in Japan handed Red Bull Racing its sixth Constructors’ Championship.

Christian Horner, the team principal of Red Bull Racing, led the jubilant celebrations as the Milton Keynes-based team secured their sixth constructors’ championship at the Japanese Grand Prix. 

Max Verstappen’s 13th victory of the 2023 season in Japan mathematically ensured that their Formula 1 rivals could no longer catch up, making F1 history in the process.

Red Bull’s journey since entering the Formula 1 grid in 2005 has been nothing short of remarkable. 

Their Sunday triumph marked a significant milestone, as no other team in the sport’s history has clinched the constructors’ title with six races still remaining in the season. 

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The achievement was celebrated with unbridled joy as the Red Bull Racing team revelled in their success, partying well into the night.

Christian Horner, who has been at the helm of Red Bull Racing, took to his Instagram story to share the festivities with his followers. 

A video showed him and his team members passionately performing a rendition of Oasis’ iconic hit track, ‘Wonderwall.’ 

Accompanied by a caption that read ‘what a team,’ the celebratory atmosphere even led to the appearance of a guitar for a spontaneous sing-along.

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The merriment continued as Horner stepped into the role of a bartender, serving drinks to his delighted employees. 

The celebratory spirit extended to his wife, Geri Halliwell-Horner, known for her days as a Spice Girls star. 

She took to social media to share a video of the podium celebrations at the Suzuka Circuit, capturing the moment when Horner and Verstappen sprayed bottles of champagne at each other. 

With a caption directed at her 1.3 million Instagram followers, she wrote, “Congratulations! Sixth Constructors championship!”

In the aftermath of Max Verstappen’s dominant win in Japan, Christian Horner was quick to express his appreciation for the team’s efforts. 

He stated, “For us, it’s been the most amazing year. 

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“It’s all a testament to these guys and all the men and women back in the factory in Milton Keynes. 

“To Red Bull, to all our partners, it’s the result of an incredible collective effort, and of course, Max is just on another level at the moment. 

“So today was an incredible performance.”