The Daily Mail reports that Sky Sports’ F1 director Billy McGinty is set to visit Red Bull’s HQ as part of a “reconciliation process” after Ted Kravitz’s “robbed” comment.
Max Verstappen and Red Bull have decided to boycott Sky Sports during the Mexican Grand Prix weekend, as a reaction to reporter Ted Kravitz saying Lewis Hamilton was ‘robbed’ at the 2021 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
The team explained the boycott would be re-evaluated at the next race in Brazil, but The Daily Mail now reports that Sky Sports and Red Bull are in the process of “reconciliation”.
As part of that process Sky Sports’ F1 director Billy McGinty is set to visit Red Bull’s F1 HQ in Milton Keynes.
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“Sky Sports’ Formula 1 director, Billy McGinty, is due to visit Red Bull’s factory on Monday as the two side’s kiss and make up after their row at the Mexican Grand Prix,” The Daily Mail wrote.
“Sky Sports managing director Jonathan Licht and McGinty have been in touch with Red Bull and that both sides have decided to draw a line under the fallout.
“McGinty’s visit to Milton Keynes is part of the reconciliation process,” the report concluded.