So what now for the biggest name in f1? The FIA have today shown they are 100% committed on this £40m cap on the budget. I have to say I am all for it, BUT I am totally against the rule allowing those who spend below the 40m budget are allowed greater "technical freedom" and that's the main cause of friction between the FIA and certain Formula One teams. Mosely has a right to impose a budget cap. Teams like Toyota have spend near to billions in the past few years in trying to provide a championship winning season, and what for? A few podiums? Think of all the ridiculous money wasted. Money, like in most other sports is beginning to strangle the life out of "competition". Look at football. Football is an absolute disgrace now. Thank god, F1's governing body has realised the ever increasing problem of that dirty material called money, and if Ferrari aren't for spending caps, then they know the implications. We can't lose Ferrari, but we can lose the oversized spenditure.