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Ferrari: Cost cap limiting upgrades but not great ideas

Formula 1’s cost cap has restricted F1 teams' development pace this season but it hasn’t put a limit on brain-power and great ideas according to Ferrari. The sport introduced its first cost cap in 2021, with the threshold of expenditures set at $145 million. But that level was lowered as planned to $140 million for 2022, and it will fall again to 135 million next year. The restrictions have forced teams to spend sparingly but also wisely as they seek to balance their budgets in relation to their upgrade plans over the course of their campaign. While teams have taken different approaches to their developments, with some outfits evolving their cars incrementally while others have opted...
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