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McLaren expects to exceed F1 budget cap

Speaking in Baku, McLaren's Andreas Seidl had admitted that he expects his team to exceed this year's $140m budget cap. Title combatants Red Bull, Ferrari and Mercedes have already expressed similar fears, calling on the sport's powers that be to consider revising the limit, a move to which the smaller teams object. While Zak Brown has been quite vociferous in his defence of the cap, McLaren's team principal, Andreas Seidl has now admitted that keeping within its constraints is not feasible. 'For us, as a team that was planned to run at the cap at the beginning of the year, with all these unexpected costs that came up, we are at a position where we can't make the cap anymore,' he admitted....
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