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Red Bull found guilty of 'minor' budget cap breach as team waits on FIA punishment
READ MORE: Michael Masi was 'involved in confusing rule' which saw Max Verstappen clinch F1 title“The FIA cost cap administration notes that all competitors acted at all times in a spirit of good faith and cooperation throughout the process. The FIA would also note that with respect to this first year of the application of the financial regulations the intervention of the FIA cost cap administration has been limited to reviewing the submissions made by the competitors and that no full formal investigations were launched.“The FIA cost cap administration is currently determining the appropriate course of action to be taken under the financial regulations with respect to Aston Martin and Red Bull and further information will be communicated in compliance with the regulations.”Verstappen claimed his first world title last year, securing the victory over Lewis Hamilton in dramatic circumstances in the season finale in Abu Dhabi, before retaining the title this year after winning a shortened Japanese Grand Prix - which also saw chaos ensue after initial confusion.Heavy downpours meant the Suzuka race was limited to just 29 laps, which resulted in confusion over whether full points would be handed to Verstappen following his win, and after that was the case - the Dutchman was announced world champion for a second time.But with his title this year a formality, Red Bull had come under scrutiny in the last couple of weeks with reports suggesting the F1 giants had gone over the cost cap that had been introduced at the start of last season.
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Jeremy Clarkson causes stir as he reacts to Sebastian Vettel's F1 retirement announcement
Jeremy Clarkson, 62, took to Twitter and shared a message about Sebastian Vettel's retirement news.The four-time world champion revealed the decision to leave the sport had been a “difficult one” but admitted he wanted to spend more time with his children.The 35-year-old shared his concerns over the climate emergency and F1’s role as a contributor to the problem played a part in his decision-making process and that he was “scared” at what the future might hold for him.Vettel is currently driving for Aston Martin and made his F1 debut in 2007.In recent years, the racecar driver has been increasingly vocal about environmental and social issues.He has of late expressed his ambivalence at competing in F1, a sport that has an enormous carbon footprint because of the air travel involved.Taking to Twitter today, the former Top Gear presenter wished the German driver well adding he will be a "brighter star" outside of F1.In view of his 7.8 million followers, Jeremy penned: "Seb was a bright star in F1 but I think he’ll be even brighter when he’s out of it."The Clarkson's Farm star's comments caused a stir on social media as people flocked to address Jeremy's tweet.Twitter user, @dangermouseirl tweeted: "He can put his underpants on outside again and save the planet from global warming, hurrah!" To which Jeremy replied: "No no no. He’s a very funny man and he has an opinion on things.