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Horner fears F1 title could be decided in court amid cost cap concerns

Article To news overview © XPB Christian Horner has warned that the F1 title could potentially be decided in court if action is not taken over the budget cap. The Red Bull boss is amongst those calling for the FIA to increase the yearly cost cap – currently set at $140 million – due to the rise in global inflation, and has been vocal about the issue for some time. He believes that, if the cap is not increased, some teams will struggle to stay within the allotted amount and thus could risk being penalised. "The way you design your car is within your control," Horner told Sky Sports F1. "That is something that you, together with your group of designers, you create. You're...
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