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Teams to undergo budget cap 'dry run' in 2020

Aug.12 Formula 1 will carry out a "dry run" of the new budget cap rules next year, CEO Chase Carey has revealed. Actually, the $175 million per team annual budget cap will only be enforced from 2021, but Carey says the teams are supportive of its implementation. "Some teams had concerns or issues going on but they are increasingly supportive," he said. One of the biggest concerns is that the budget cap will be difficult to police, especially as the structures of some of the bigger teams in particular are highly complex. "We wouldn't have done it if we didn't think it was enforceable," Liberty Media's Carey said. "In 2020, all the teams will participate...
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