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Aston Martin sees financial regulations as new F1 battleground

Identifying and closing loopholes in Formula 1’s financial regulations is similar to how the sport’s technical rules have historically been analysed, according to Aston Martin. Formula 1 introduced financial regulations in 2021 for the first time, with an annual spending cap per team of $145m, albeit with a multitude of clauses and exclusions. This figure […]
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