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Key not expecting teams to push limits in 2022

With brand new regulations and a budget cap in play, James Key doesn't expect teams to 'push the envelope' in 2022. Each team is effectively starting from scratch with their 2022 machinery given the widespread regulation changes that have been introduced by the sport. The aim of such changes is to create better racing on track and a more evenly matched grid, and a budget cap has also been brought in to help achieve the latter target. Due to such a budget cap and the fact that the cars will be completely new and somewhat unfamiliar to teams, Key doesn't expect any of them to really push to the limit until beyond 2022. 'December is a stressful time for the teams and for the FIA because they...
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