Red Bull been through “pain” of F1 cost cap redundancies

Last year, F1 teams agreed to slash the championship’s planned cost cap from $175million to $145million starting in 2021, followed by a further $5million year-on-year reduction in subsequent seasons.
While several costs, such as the salaries of the drivers and those of the top three employees, are excluded from the cap, some of F1’s biggest teams have still had to radically downsize to comply …Keep reading

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