Christian Horner turns barman as his Red Bull team sing Wonderwall to celebrate F1 Constructors’ Championship | The Sun
RED BULL celebrated winning the Constructors' Championship by putting Christian Horner behind the bar.
Max Verstappen clinched victory at the Japan Grand Prix on Sunday, meaning he can win his third world title in a row in two weeks time.
But before turning their attention to the race in Qatar, the Red Bull team celebrated winning back-to-back Constructors' Championships.
The crew partied in Tokyo as Horner jumped behind the bar to pour pints.
All involved then belted out Oasis classic Wonderwall as the booze flowed throughout the night.
Earlier in the day, Verstappen praised the team over the radio as he passed the chequered flag.
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He said: "You can all be very proud. Everyone here and back in the factory, what a rocketship we’ve built."
Meanwhile, Horner added: "It's a testimony to the men and women in the team, the partners.
"It's a collection of everyone doing their bit to help the team.
"Max is on another level at the moment, today was an incredible performance."
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He also wrote on Instagram: "This kind of season would be impossible without the hard work that goes on behind the scenes from all the different departments both back at Milton Keynes and here at track.
"From the crazy hours that they work through to the relentless pursuit for better, it is a true team effort and one to be immensely proud of.
"We’ll celebrate tonight and then turn our focus to Qatar."
Red Bull sit top of the standings with 623 points with six races to go.
Nearest challengers Mercedes have less than half their total on 305.
It is the team's sixth Constructors' Championship title.
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