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Wolff and Horner slammed for producing poor car, lobbying the FIA

1997 F1 world champion Jacques Villeneuve disagrees with Red Bull boss Christian Horner’s suggestion that the budget cap should be increased. The teams are working on a $140 million spending limit this season that must be spread between development, damage repair, freight and more. It therefore means that everyone has to be more pragmatic with their spending and avoid spending too much on development so that they have enough funds to make the final few rounds of the year. READ: Double F1 champion praises Alonso for Canada heroics despite poor race Due to inflation, Horner has been pushing for the teams to be given more freedom to spend, but Alfa Romeo team principal Frederic Vasseur...
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