Red Bull and the FIA ​​have reportedly reached an agreement on the 2021 budget penalty, but this has yet to be disclosed.

Red Bull and the FIA ​​have reportedly reached an agreement regarding the penalty for the 2021 budget breach, but this has not yet been disclosed.

In Austin, the boss of the team Christian Horner warned that without a positive outcome of negotiations with the governing body of Formula-1, this saga could continue in the appeal process for many more months.

However, it looks like the penalty was successfully achieved.

“It should have been announced during the weekend in Austin, but out of respect for those who are grieving Dietrich Mateshitznow they are going to wait a few days,” said Auto Motor und Sport correspondent Michael Schmidt.

Red Bull confirmed the delay.

“Due to the death of Mr. Mateschitz, all negotiations with the FIA ​​regarding budget restrictions and further decisions have been suspended until further notice,” German media quoted the team’s spokesperson as saying.

Red Bull is believed to have initially rejected the FIA’s proposed penalties, including a hefty fine and a 25 per cent reduction in wind tunnel and CFD time next year.

The new fine is not yet known, but Red Bull has indicated that negotiations will resume midweek.

Former F1 pilot Ralf Schumacher said on Sky Deutschland: “I always advise a little more patience. Let’s just wait until the result is on the table.

“It’s clear that if Red Bull did something, they deserve to be punished like any other team. But it should be based on facts, not hearsay.”

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