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Brown on cost cap letter: I stand by cheaters comment

Article To news overview © XPB Zak Brown has doubled down on his comments made in a letter earlier this season to FIA President Mohammed Ben Sulayem, following Red Bull's breach of the Formula 1 cost cap. The McLaren CEO wrote a letter accusing Red Bull of 'cheating' following their minor breach of the $145 million cost cap. It later emerged that the team had breached the cost cap in four main areas, with Red Bull team boss Christian Horner refuting any claim that the team gained any advantage from the breach. When asked about whether he would still stand by the comments made prior to the information about the breach, Brown doubled down: "I stand by my letter." "I think...
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