Saucer of milk?
Anyway. The budget cap has been ratified by the big teams (except, RBR (I think. Though I may be wrong. Keep reading)) to alienate RBR even more.
RBR is the only team who doesn't operate under the constructors unions rules. RBR technology's (as someone alluded to earlier by saying something about whatsisfeatures wife opening up a suspension company) is open all year round, has million upon millions of dollars poured into it whilst it works on all of RBR racing technology, quite a proportion of which find itself onto the F1 car. What the teams are trying to do is to highlight this fact (although I shan't for one moment say any of them are whiter than white, but RBR is by far the worst at this) even more than it is apparent now.
If the other teams can start shouting loudly that RBR is breaking the Budget cap rules by the end of the season, then things are going to start turning very ugly. Vettels car from last season was already in a different class (I mean that literally not figuratively) by using various amounts of strange and wonderful and not altogether legal technologies *cough* traction control *cough cough*.
RBR play outside the rules. And the it's the back of house 'Constructor' side of things that have been pissing the other teams of the most. Hence this ratified budget cap.
It won't work. But at least it gives them something to shout and scream about late in the season.