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Red Bull Racing still with an update in Singapore, Ferrari and Mercedes not

Red Bull Racing still with an update in Singapore, Ferrari and Mercedes not

30 September - 09:06 Last update: 09:22
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The Singapore Grand Prix is about to start and the FIA has brought out the list of the latest updates. So Red Bull Racing has managed to bring back a new component after all, but it is McLaren that steals the show.

While Red Bull Racing has come under fire for possibly exceeding its budget cap in 2021 and 2022, it will still come up with another update in Singapore. The lighter chassis was left at home as the update would no longer be needed, but the Austrian racing stable has made adjustments to the floor for the Singapore GP.

Update for Red Bull after all

Mercedes and Ferrari, who have concerns about Red Bull's updates anyway, are not coming up with updates themselves. They are said to be running up against the budget cap limit. McLaren did take advantage of the break since the Italian GP. Indeed, the Woking-based team made adjustments to the sidepod, floor, diffuser and front brake ducts ahead of the race at the Marina Bay Street Circuit.

Alpine (floor), AlphaTauri (front wing), Aston Martin (floor) and Williams (Rear Brake Winglets) have also brought one update for this race weekend. Like Ferrari and Mercedes, Alfa Romeo and Haas have not brought any updates for this weekend. In fact, Haas is said to have already had its last update of this season.

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