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Seidl confirms 'impossible' to stick to 2022 budget cap

McLaren F1 boss Andreas Seidl says his team can't foresee how it will be able to stick to this year's budget cap given the unexpected rise of certain costs. Seidl's comments echo the warning also expressed by Red Bull chief Christian Horner who believes that several F1 teams could find themselves at risk of missing the final races of the 2022 season as their budgets dry up. F1's mandatory $140 million cost cap is being severely challenged by rampant inflation, higher energy and freight costs and global supply chain issues that are threatening economies around the world. Despite a season which is seeing the sport grow on all metrics, the rise in costs is inevitably placing a massive burden...
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