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Christian Horner lashes out at Ferrari and Mercedes over ‘inflammatory’ accusations

Red Bull team principal, Christian Horner, has suggested that rumours of a budget cap breach were designed to take away from Max Verstappen’s second world title. The teams were given a budget limit of $145 million to work with in 2021, the first time a budget was introduced in Formula 1. That was initially reduced to $140 million this year, but was then increased again to reflect the alarming worldwide rate of inflation. Earlier this year, Williams were given a fine for failing to disclose their expenditure for last season, but they complied with the FIA’s investigation and admitted to their mistake, so the governing body was lenient with them. READ: Christian Horner launches fresh...
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