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'F1 manufacturers find each other: budget cap imminent'

Formula 1 appears to be gearing up for a budget cap for engine suppliers, reports Auto, Motor und Sport. That means good news for potential entrants to Formula 1. Starting this season, Formula 1 teams will have to take into account a general budget cap. It ensures that the teams are not allowed to spend more than 145 million dollars in one year, excluding drivers' salaries, some top managers and marketing. When we look at the engines however, teams are allowed to invest unlimited amounts of money in those. Read more Is this why Hamilton and Verstappen are so far above the rest? The FIA wants to change this as soon as possible. According to the medium, before 2026, when the new engine...
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