Guenther Steiner Suggests Case-by-Case Approach for CapEx Spending Limit in F1

Guenther Steiner Suggests Case-by-Case Approach for CapEx Spending Limit in F1

In addition to the budget cap, Formula 1 also enforces a spending limit on Capital Expenditure (CapEx), funds that teams can allocate to infrastructure upgrades rather than direct investments in their racing challengers. Currently set at $36 million over a four-year period, this limit has been a topic of discussion, particularly among teams like Williams, which has been vocal about the challenges it poses.

Following the acquisition of the Williams F1 team by American investment firm Dorilton Capital in 2020, the team has been on a mission to rebuild, having faced financial constraints in previous seasons.