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F1 budget cap verdict pushed back to Monday

The FIA will not confirm whether Red Bull, Aston Martin or any other team broke the 2021 budget cap until Monday, due to the fact it is still finalising a six-month audit.

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F1's budget cap controversy explained

Rumours that Red Bull and Aston Martin overspent on F1's budget cap in 2021 will be confirmed or refuted on Wednesday. Laurence Edmondson explains why any breach could be a hornet's nest issue for the sport.

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Horner hits back in budget cap row

Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has hit back at claims his team exceeded the budget cap last season, saying such accusations are "extremely defamatory".

Red Bull, Aston accused of breaching F1 budget cap

There is growing speculation Red Bull and Aston Martin may have exceeded F1's budget cap in 2021. The financial data will be released next week.

Wolff: Budget cap breach would be heavyweight issue

Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff says Formula One faces a "heavyweight" issue amid claims Red Bull and Aston Martin exceeded the sport's cost cap in 2021.

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