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Horner: Every team wants to save money

– Red Bull Team Principal Christian Horner has insisted that every team is in favour of saving money as Formula 1 prepares for a cost cap in 2015. Cost control has been a prominent feature in the sport across the past couple of seasons, with a proposed Resource Restriction Agreement failing to be agreed between all 11 teams. A cost cap is set to be written into the Formula 1 regulations for the 2015 season but Horner insists that the focus should be more on saving money than on a definitive cost cap. "Forget the word cost cap for the moment," he said at the Team Principals' press conference after practice for the Australian Grand Prix. "Let’s just focus on saving...
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