F1: Red Bull boss blasts 'fictitious' and 'defamatory' cost cap claims

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Red Bull boss Christian Horner angry at comments made by Mercedes and Ferrari. Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff and Ferrari racing director Laurent Mekies spoke about potential breaches of the F1 cost cap rules last year. Two squads have been found to have spent more than last year's circa $145 million limit.
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Red Bull boss blasts 'fictitious' and 'defamatory' cost cap claims

The governing body FIA introduced the budget cap, set at $145 million, for the first time last year to make racing more competitive, however, claims are Red Bull and Aston Martin broke the 2021 spending ceiling.

2 months ago·South Africa
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Red Bull considers action over F1 rivals' "defamatory" cost cap claims

Red Bull said it will consider taking action against rival Formula 1 teams if they do not withdraw what it considers to be 'defamatory' and 'unacceptable' comments.

2 months ago·United States
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F1: Red Bull boss blasts 'fictitious' and 'defamatory' cost cap claims

The governing body FIA introduced the budget cap, set at $145 million, for the first time last year to make racing more competitive

2 months ago·Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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Red Bull considers action over F1 rivals' "defamatory" cost cap claims

Red Bull said it will consider taking action against rival Formula 1 teams if they do not withdraw what it considers to be 'defamatory' and 'unacceptable' comments.

2 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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