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F1 teams meet Monday: Small teams want even lower budget cap

The Formula 1 season is still at a standstill and that has consequences for the future of many teams in the sport. However, on Monday the 6th of April the teams will meet to talk about a new budget cap in Formula 1. Lower budget cap The budget cap for the 2021 season had been set at $175 million, but with the current conditions due to the coronavirus, the situation has not gotten any easier for the small teams. In addition, this is a unique opportunity to lower the limit, now that the large teams already have to make huge savings. Read more Verstappen wants a new computer: ''I'll throw this one over the balcony later'' Of course, teams don't have to travel now, but the costs remain...
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