How Much Do Teams Earn?

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How Much Do Teams Earn?

Post by brendakarli » 24 Oct 2010, 10:18

I am curious to know how much do teams earn in terms of the rewards given by FIA? Is is fixed every year or depends on the points earned or positions? Would appreciate some response on this, thanks.
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Re: How Much Do Teams Earn?

Post by swca92 » 24 Oct 2010, 10:59

They earn s**tloads

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Re: How Much Do Teams Earn?

Post by phil1993 » 24 Oct 2010, 11:01

Well every position is rumoured to be about $5m-$10m more than the previous one but no official documents are released. 10th is thought to be $20m dollars as 11th & 12th don't get money apparently. I know that Vodafone give McLaren £35m a year but thats not official prize money.

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Post by Zack » 24 Oct 2010, 12:18

Its complex and undisclosed model. Certain Percent (50%?) Money earned by F1(F~0~M/FOA) is divided among the team as per points scored. Rest of Percentage goes to share holder (includes Bernie & CVC) and some of it goes to FIA.
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Re: How Much Do Teams Earn?

Post by brendakarli » 24 Oct 2010, 12:34

wow it is complicated and extremely dubious since we do not know how much is the distribution. But thanks for sharing!
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Re: How Much Do Teams Earn?

Post by Zack » 24 Oct 2010, 13:25

This might help ...my old post.
Zack wrote:$4,378,133 - the price of a point in 2008

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Team            Estimated2008budget*   Points      $perpoint
Ferrari            $414,900,000.00         172      $2,412,209.30
BMW               $366,800,000.00         135      $2,717,037.04
McLaren            $433,300,000.00         151      $2,869,536.42
ToroRosso         $128,200,000.00         39      $3,287,179.49
Renault            $393,800,000.00         80      $4,922,500.00
RedBull            $164,700,000.00         29      $5,679,310.34
Williams         $160,600,000.00         26      $6,176,923.08
Toyota            $445,600,000.00         56      $7,957,142.86
Honda            $398,100,000.00         14      $28,435,714.29
ForceIndiaF1Team   $121,850,000.00         0      n/a
SuperAguri         $45,600,000.00         0      n/a


2008 F1 team resources

Including sponsorship, supplier deals, prize money, team owner contributions, tyre provision and supply of customer engines where appropriate.

Toyota: $445.6m
McLaren: $433.3m
Ferrari: $414.9m
Honda: $398.1m
Renault: $393.8m
BMW Sauber: $366.8m
Red Bull Racing: $164.7m
Williams: $160.6m
Toro Rosso: $128.2m
Force India: $121.85m
Super Aguri: $45.6m

Total: $3,073.45m


2007 team cost per point
2007 team resources divided by points scored.

Ferrari: $1.9m
BMW Sauber: $3.3m
Williams: $4m
Red Bull Racing: $5.9m
Renault: $7.3m
Toro Rosso: $10.6m
Super Aguri: $19.4m
Toyota: $34.2m
Spyker: $52.95m
Honda: $57.2m
McLaren: No points scored

Average length of current sponsorships by team

Ferrari: 13 seasons
McLaren: 7.07 seasons
Toyota: 5.36 seasons
BMW Sauber: 4.27 seasons
Renault: 3.97 seasons
Williams: 3.83 seasons
Honda: 3.28 seasons
Red Bull Racing: 2.73 seasons
Force India: 2.16 seasons
Super Aguri: 1.88 seasons
Toro Rosso: 1.86 seasons


Source: Christian Sylt / Formula Money / F1 Fanatic
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