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Sebastian Vettel highlights downside to cost cap

Aston Martin driver, Sebastian Vettel, has conceded that, while the cost cap was designed to stop the big teams overspending, it is also preventing the smaller teams from cutting the deficit. New technical regulations were brought in at the start of the season, and it covers work done to the chassis, but not to the engines. Initially, the cap was set at $140 million but, due to the concerning rate of global inflation, that was increased to $145 million part way through the season. The new rules also saw the return of ground effect aerodynamics, and as the teams came up with different concepts, there was bound to be a big gap between those that got it right, and those who did not. READ:...
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