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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.
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.
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.
BMW Sauber: $366.8m
Red Bull Racing: $164.7m
Toro Rosso: $128.2m
Force India: $121.85m
Super Aguri: $45.6m
2007 team cost per point
2007 team resources divided by points scored.
BMW Sauber: $3.3m
Red Bull Racing: $5.9m
Toro Rosso: $10.6m
Super Aguri: $19.4m
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