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Binotto's claim about Red Bull development dismissed by journalist

Reports by the Italian version of Motorsport.com that Red Bull have eaten through the majority of their development budget have been dismissed by Dutch journalist Erik van Haren. It was initially reported that the Milton Keynes side had $10 million available to develop their RB18, but they had already used “two thirds” of that by introducing the influential upgrade package in Imola. Red Bull gained two tenths of a second per lap with their first evolution of the car, and lost up to 5kg as the majority of the teams try to bring their weight down towards the 798kg limit set by the FIA upon the arrival of the new technical regulations. READ: Hamilton says he wants to see an American F1...
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