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Steiner: Budget cap 'won't take the gap away'

Haas F1 Team boss Guenther Steiner believes that F1's future budget cap will perhaps tighten the field, but it won't miraculously level the performance between teams. From 2021, Formula 1 will introduce a strict $175 million limit on spending, although the cost cap will exclude from its provisions several items such as drivers' salaries and marketing expenses. While the purpose of the measure is to ensure better economic fairness among the teams, and thus better equity in terms of the competitions, Steiner isn't convinced the cost cutting benchmark will succeed in bringing the teams closer together, at least not at the outset. Brawn pleased with fans' reaction to 2021 rulebook "I...
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