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Red Bull Suggest F1 Budget Cap Needs Rethink After Mercedes Cause 3mn Of Damage

Senior Red Bull adviser Dr Helmut Marko has suggested that certain rules related to Formula 1’s recently introduced budget cap need a rethink. For the first time in the sport’s history, F1 implemented a budget cap for the 2021 season, with teams only allowed to spend a total of up to $145 million (with the exception of certain expenses, such as driver salaries.) READ: ‘Carlos Didn’t Surprise Me’: Ferrari Boss Gives Verdict On Sainz, Expectations For Rest Of 2021 As such, car damage can put teams in a difficult position if they are frequently having to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars on new parts and repairs. According to Dr Marko, Red Bull suffered 3mn euro of damage in...
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