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Drivers weigh in on F1's budget cap

Despite Mercedes set to be one of the hardest hit teams, Valtteri Bottas has backed the plan to introduce a budget cap in 2021. In two years time the F1 teams will be limited to $175m per season with a few exemptions such as drivers salaries and the wages of the top three team personnel. Added to that the sport is also change the design philosophy behind the cars, adopting ground effect aerodynamics that should make for better racing. Bottas is in favour. 'I think that is one of the good things for the regulations,' he said. 'I think having a bit less of a difference between the budgets of the different teams… obviously there will still budget differences between some teams, but less...
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