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Red Bull and other top teams get their way: F1 compensates for inflation'.

Formula 1 seems to have reached a compromise with all teams to compensate for inflation. The top teams will not receive the desired increase in the budget cap, but they will receive compensation from F1. Article continues under ad Inflation hits F1 Since Russia invaded Ukraine, inflation is everywhere, including in Formula 1. Teams are spending much more money for things that were not budgeted for and this is causing problems. F1 teams work within a budget cap, but with the higher prices now suddenly becoming a difficult task for many teams to stay within it. Read more Possible rule change again: British GP in 2022 another tipping point? Red Bull Racing, Ferrari, Mercedes, McLaren,...
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