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Ferrari confident Red Bull’s F1 upgrade pace will falter

Ferrari is confident that Red Bull’s development pace will slow down as the 2022 season carries on due to the sport’s budget cap. Formula 1 teams are currently operating under a $140 million cap in a bid to stop larger organisations from heavily out-spending other teams on the grid. Red Bull has introduced a number […]
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