According to a report by the Italian branch of Motorsport.com, once the FIA issues certificates of compliance with the 2022 cap, expected to arrive by the end of July, rumours indicate that a trio of teams will be found not to be in compliance.
exactly this is what christian horner said in singapore, that was going to sue people for slander & look how that turned out.Just because it’s been denied, doesn’t mean that it’s untrue.
In a tense press conference at the Marina Bay circuit, Horner was bullish in defending his team and accusing his rivals of wanting to detract from Verstappen, who holds a 116-point lead, potentially taking his second title in Singapore. He insisted he believes his team were within the budget cap set at $145m last year and adamant he would be willing to take action against the comments from rival teams.
“The FIA has stated that they have not completed their process, so unless there is a clear withdrawal of those statements, we will be taking it extremely seriously,” he said. “We will look at all the options available to us because it is absolutely unacceptable to be making the comments that were made yesterday which are totally defamatory to the team, to the brands, & to F1
7 teams seem to have already had agreement from the FIA on their annual reports, but more investigations are needed from the other 3 race teams at the very least.
France's L'Equipe claimed otherwise. They claim Aston Martin and Mercedes are in the 'danger zone'. But: the third team would be Red Bull and not the French Alpine.
yeah its very interesting because someone salary has to be declared. & id say it has to be the 3 of Horner, Verstappen NeweyInteresting the centre of attention is what does Marko do given he appears at every race and the argument is part of his salary or all of it should fall within the cost cap
They always say the drivers have nothing to do with it and even if they do only Schumacher has been disqualified from a championship but no driver has been stripped of their titleF1 in always has been if punishment is worth the crime then what's the deterrent without impacting the drivers championship