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Red Bull predict soaring F1 costs, highlight budget cap's fatal flaw

Christian Horner says Red Bull has already started to make plans for its 2021 car, with costs across Formula 1 set to soar in 2020 as teams look to hit the ground running under new regulations. Liberty Media's revamp will come into play in 2021, with new aerodynamic regulations and other measures introduced in an attempt to bring the field closer together and promote better racing on-track. Article continues under video F1 will also impose a $175million spending cap on "performance-related costs" from '21 and beyond. However, expenditure will remain unchecked before then, ensuring that teams currently outspending their rivals will continue to do so ahead of the first season of...
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