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FIA delays budget cap findings until October 10

The FIA has delayed the publication of certificates of compliance relating to the 2021 financial regulations until October 10 after missing today’s self-imposed deadline. Formula 1’s governing body had originally stated it would issue certificates to teams found to have complied with the budget cap on Wednesday, following months of analysis and discussion with teams. The deadline was particularly noteworthy given accusations that both Red Bull and Aston Martin have breached the cap and could face punishments, leaving Christian Horner angered by the claims and what he felt was a leak of confidential information.
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