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F1 CEO may not support $30m driver spending cap

Apr.12 Stefano Domenicali has suggested that Formula 1 may in fact not support moves to install an annual $30 million per team limit on driver salary spending. We reported last week that the FIA and Liberty Media are poised to circulate such a proposal among F1 teams. However, F1 CEO Domenicali has now told Corriere dello Sport newspaper: 'The drivers are particularly relevant in our sport. There are just 20 of them, not 200 or more. 'A team's two drivers are the spearhead that unites the ambitions of a team with hundreds of other people,' the Italian added. '(Lewis) Hamilton's brilliance, and the sort of risks that (Romain) Grosjean took in Bahrain last year, remind us that the drivers...
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