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Red Bull delays update to 2023: effect of budget cap visible?

Red Bull Racing is refraining from starting in Singapore with a lighter chassis. According to De Telegraaf Red Bull would no longer consider it necessary to bring this update in 2022, but competitors think otherwise. Article continues under ad Red Bull has developed a chassis for the RB18 that would be a lot lighter than the current variant. Red Bull has long known that the car is too heavy and with a new chassis, the car would be about four kilos lighter. A lighter car naturally means a faster car, but Red Bull is delaying the update. Read more Verstappen has an advantage: 'With Leclerc, we have yet to see' Pressure on Red Bull Although the update is ready to go, Red Bull would not want...
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