Lewis Hamilton, P9, + 66.515s
George Russell, P14, + 1 Lap
Auto Motor und Sport and Gazzetta Dello Sport report that there is talk in the paddock that Red Bull has breached the 2021 budget cap.
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ESPN takes a look at the types of penalties that could be handed out for possible breaches of the 2021 budget cap, and how they would be decided.
Sky Sports F1’s Ted Kravitz brings the latest on Red Bull’s rumoured 2021 budget cap breach, and says “we’re not going to have too many big surprises”.
Herbert says if it is found that Red Bull breached the 2021 budget cap, “they’ve got to be big penalties coming their way for maybe even this season”.
Mark Webber says Red Bull’s rumoured 2021 budget cap breach is “a big, big topic because it has an influence on last year, this year and potentially ’23”.
Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff says George Russell “will win races, he will race for championships and I think he absolutely has it in him”.
Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff says Lewis Hamilton told him: “Look, I have another five years in me, how do you see that?”
Dr Helmut Marko has accused Toto Wolff’s former special advisor Shaila-Ann Rao of leaking information about Red Bull’s rumoured budget cap breach.
After the Singapore Grand Prix, George Russell said confidence has been restored at Mercedes, as they managed to ‘fix the car’.
Amid rumours that Red Bull breached the 2021 budget cap, Toto Wolff talks about the appropriate penalty and whether drivers should be penalized.
Christian Horner says Red Bull stands by their threat of legal action against their competitors who commented on budget cap breach rumours.