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Why Mercedes can bring update after update despite the budget cap

Article To news overview © Mercedes Toto Wolff has explained why Mercedes have been able to bring regular updates to their car despite a budget cap being in place. The cap was set at $140 million for the 2022 F1 season, and concerns were raised amongst the top teams earlier in the campaign about the struggles they could face in staying below this amount, particularly in light of a rise in inflation and increased freight costs. However, several outfits on the grid have continued to develop their cars on a frequent basis, leading Wolff to share an insight into how the Silver Arrows have managed this. Wolff explains Mercedes' management of upgrades Wolff has detailed the process that...
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