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Teams at odds over sporting penalties for budget cap breaches

Mercedes F1 boss Toto Wolff says three F1 teams have taken a stance against applying sporting penalties for budget cap violations. For the first time in the sport's history, teams are restricted this season to a $145 million budget. While there are financial provisions included in the rules to sanction teams that breach the cost cap limit, the plan is also to include minor sporting penalties and more significant ones. But the teams have yet to agree on the definitive list of sanctions, with Red Bull, AlphaTauri and Ferrari reportedly opposing sporting penalties. Wolff said the situation would likely be cleared up in the coming weeks. Read also: Teams' financial compensations for Sprint...
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