Christian Horner dodges Lewis Hamilton question as Red Bull boss reacts to FIA delay

“We wait with interest to see what happens on Monday. But again, we feel we’ve absolutely complied with the cost cap, with the regulations and are happy with our submission. We are waiting to hear what the feedback is.”

Horner hit back at the team’s remarks when asked what the atmosphere was like in the team as Max Verstappen closes in on his second world title. He added: “The amount of noise that’s been on other topics, one can only think it’s designed to be a bit of a distraction.

“We are very happy with where we are, where our submission for the cap is and all focus on this weekend.”

Auto Motor und Sport reported Red Bull may have breached the budget cap by as much as £9million ($10mil). However, it is understood the total figure could be a lot lower, meaning Red Bull would escape major sanctions such as points deductions. 

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