Sauber team-principal Monisha Kaltenborn hit out at attempts made so far to lower costs in Formula One, saying more needed to be done to meaningfully reduce expenses.
Teams have been working on ways to reduce costs through changes to existing regulations after plans for a budget cap that had been expected to come in at the start of next season fell through.
Measures like a reduction in in-season testing, restricting testing to Europe and a scaling back in wind-tunnel usage have been agreed by teams ahead of a deadline next week when changes to the rules will be ratified.
But Kaltenborn feels not enough has been done.
“Well, in my view we are clearly not there, where we should be and...
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