Ahead of the Japanese Grand Prix, Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc gave their comments on Red Bull’s rumoured budget cap breach.
The FIA has delayed the official results of their assessment of the 2021 financial data submitted by all Formula 1 teams until Monday.
With Red Bull rumoured to have breached the 2021 budget cap, Max Verstappen was asked ahead of the Japanese Grand Prix, to give his opinion on the whole situation.
“To be honest, I’m not really busy with these kinds of things,” the Dutch driver said.
“I mean, it’s up to the teams and with the FIA, and I just have to focus on the driving. So not much more to say on that.
“I guess we’ll find out on Monday,” Verstappen concluded.
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Charles Leclerc also gave his opinion.
“Speaking about ourselves, of course if we have more to spend you will go faster on track so if there’s any team found guilty in that they should be punished,” Leclerc said.
“Then what’s the punishment? No, I’m not the one to decide.
“But for sure, it should be punished,” the Ferrari driver concluded.