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Horner predicting record costs for Red Bull in 2020

Red Bull team boss Christian Horner says next season's campaign coupled with the costs required to prepare for F1's 2021 regulation changes will lead to the most expensive year in the outfit's history. F1 teams will enjoy a free rein in terms of investment in 2020, a year before the sport ushers in its regulatory budget cap, and top teams are expected to spend lavishly on the design and development of their new-spec 2021 contenders. Horner says the additional spending justified by F1's future transformation is inevitable, with the Milton Keynes-based outfit already allocating resources to its 2021 programme. Brawn pleased with fans' reaction to 2021 rulebook "For me, I stand by what I...
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