Budget cap allows Red Bull to have 'two equal teams' - Brown
Red Bull could have two equally competitive teams when the Formula 1 budget cap is introduced, according to Zak Brown.
The sport will see a cap of $145million implemented from next season, with the figure being reduced over time afterwards.
McLaren CEO Brown believes Red Bull may be in the best position to capitalise on the regulations.
"Where the rules have landed are right in the sweet spot of McLaren," Brown told the F1 Nation podcast.
"I think if I look at the top three spending teams, they have plenty of resource so they'll have challenges in scaling back but that's kind of a good problem to have, so I think they'll be as competitive as ever.
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