F1’s first price cap was introduced last season at £114million, with the intention of gradually lowering it over the next few years.
The limit applies to money spent on car improvements and performance, theoretically giving smaller teams a chance to compete with the heavyweights of the grid.
Red Bull is accused of exceeding the limit by up to £10m, which could have serious consequences. Other reports suggest a spend in excess of £1 million, however, is unlikely to take away Max Verstappen’s world title.
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