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Ferrari expecting 'maximum penalties' for budget cap breaches

Ferrari has joined Mercedes in urging the FIA to deal with Red Bull's alleged budget cap breach with "complete transparency and maximum penalties". It emerged on Friday in Singapore that two teams – Red Bull and Aston Martin – had transgressed last years cost cap limit, although Aston's violation has been described by Mercedes boss Toto Wolff as minor and linked to procedural issues. However, Red Bull is rumored to have breached its budget by a significant amount, an allegation denied on Friday at Marina Bay by team principal Christian Horner who was adamant that the accounts submitted to the FIA for certification were "below the cap". Late on Friday, the FIA issued...
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