The FIA has offered Red Bull an “Accepted Breach Agreement”

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BBC’s Andrew Benson reports that the FIA has “made an offer to Red Bull for the terms of an ‘Accepted Breach Agreement’ for them breaching the cost cap”.

As the United States Grand Prix weekend is getting underway, more news is being released regarding Red Bull’s 2021 cost cap breach.

According to BBC’s Andrew Benson the FIA has proposed an “Accepted Breach Agreement” to Red Bull.

“The FIA has made an offer to Red Bull for the terms of an ‘Accepted Breach Agreement’ for them breaching the cost cap,” Benson wrote on social media.

“Details, as with all issues on this matter, are confidential for now. Now Red Bull have to decide whether to accept or go before an adjudication panel,” he concluded.


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If Red Bull agrees, they would also accept the penalty the FIA deems fit, without the right to an appeal.

If they choose to reject the offer, the matter will be forwarded to the Cost Cap Adjudication Panel, which will evaluate the case and determine whether a penalty should be applied, and the severity of it.

Additionally, the Italian edition of Sky Sports has reported that Red Bull plans to hold a press conference on Friday morning local time, in which the team will discuss the budget cap issue.

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