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Negotiations reportedly underway for Monaco extension

As Formula 1 heads to Monaco this weekend, there is a real threat that the 68th edition of the world championship Monaco Grand Prix could also be the last. The contract for Monaco expired last year, but an emergency one-year extension was agreed, which is the reason that Monaco is on the calendar this season too.


Teams may have to stop bringing upgrades after the Canadian GP

A report from Auto Motor und Sport has revealed that the teams may be forced to cease introducing any upgrades to their cars beyond the Canadian Grand Prix this year. This is due to the added stringency of the circa $140 million that the teams are working on this season, and the rate of inflation


Red Bull wary of resurgent Mercedes

Red Bull team principal Christian Horner believes that it will not be too long before Mercedes start involving themselves in the title fight in 2022. The Silver Arrows looked a lot better in Spain last weekend after a tumultuous last few weekends that were littered with inconsistency, a confusing lack of pace and the “porpoising”


Horner warns several teams could be forced to miss F1 races

Red Bull team principal Christina Horner has warned of the severe consequences the budget cap may have on some teams due to inflation. The budget cap for the 2022 season sits at circa $140 million, and this has to be spread between development, damage repair and transport of freight, among other aspects. Horner has spoken


Aston Martin slam Red Bull cheating accusations

Aston Martin’s chief technical officer, Andy Green, has denied any notion that his team stole intellectual property from Red Bull to inform the current design of their AMR22. Sebastian Vettel and Lance Stroll have managed just six points between them in 2022 after a troubling opening five rounds of the year, and there were rumours

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