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Christian Horner responds to claim Red Bull breached budget cap as Max Verstappen could be punished

Red Bull team principal, Christian Horner, is optimistic that Red Bull will not be found to be in breach of the financial regulations in 2021. The Austrian team, after seven seasons of languishing behind Mercedes in the championship, came into the 2021 campaign with a real chance of challenging for the world title. Max Verstappen and Sir Lewis Hamilton went toe-to-toe for the title, winning an incredible 18 races between them as they displayed their phenomenal talent. The Dutchman would win the title in controversial fashion at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, and the decisions of race control that night led fans to suggest that the title should be reversed in favour of the seven-time champion....
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