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How F1's cost cap could impact the future pecking order

Article To news overview © XPBimages Damon Hill believes that the F1 budget cap could lead to teams further down the grid applying more pressure in the future. The sport introduced a raft of new technical regulations for the 2022 season as well as financial ones, with teams given a cap on spending of $140 million for the campaign. There has been some controversy over the cost cap after Red Bull were found to have breached the 2021 limit. The team were issued with a fine as a result, along with a 10 per cent reduction in aerodynamic testing. However, Hill thinks that the new rules have overall proved successful for the sport. "This season, the new cost cap regulations, it's hard to...
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