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Steiner feels F1 can learn from America on salary caps

Guenther Steiner said Formula 1 can learn from American sports as speculation over a drivers' salary cap continues to rumble on. With increased attention being paid to the finances of the sport, that focus has also turned to how much the drivers can earn. While there is currently a limit of $140 million for the teams to operate under, the drivers' salaries are not part of that and some have argued that is rightly so. Max Verstappen said the idea was “‘completely wrong” while Fernando Alonso said that given the sport is asking more and more of them these days then the drivers are entitled to a limitless salary. Steiner though, whose Haas team struggles with finances more than most,...
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