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‘No top team' within 2022 budget cap – Marko

May 26 The budget cap has become a big problem amid surging global inflation, according to Dr Helmut Marko. The 78-year-old top Red Bull official backed the team's boss Christian Horner who left Barcelona warning that only a few teams could be left standing with enough funds to actually finish the 2022 season. 'None of the three top teams are currently within the budget limit,' Marko told Sport1. Teams are limited to spending $140 million this year – $5 million less than last year despite surging inflation and freight costs due to the unstable global situation. Some teams, vocally led by Red Bull, are calling for an urgent budget cap adjustment to compensate. Alpine, however, is not...
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