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Horner warns of ‘catastrophe' over budget cap

Red Bull boss Christian Horner believes issues regarding the F1 budget cap have become 'moral' as discussions continue. Horner has been the most vocal of voices regarding a push to increase F1's budget cap, in light of unprecedented inflation and spiralling freight costs. With the sport's financial regulations for 2022 reducing the budget cap to $140 million, Horner has spoken of the fear of teams potentially having to miss races towards the end of the year in a bid to stay within that cost cap. The regulations enforce the cap of $140 million on all car and performance-based costs, with costs such as driver salaries, personnel logistics and accommodation costs, human resource and finance...
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