F1 Formula One is the highest class of international racing for open-wheel single-seater formula racing cars sanctioned by the Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile.
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F1: Constructors Standings 2021-2022, Drivers, Prize Money, Results
Constructors Standings 2021-2022:
|2||Red Bull Honda||585.5|
Mercedes retained the Constructors’ Championship for the eighth consecutive season. The two title rivals for the drivers’ crown entered the last race of the season with equal points.
Do F1 drivers pee in their suits during a race? The simple answer is yes they do. F1 drivers can pee during races on the off chance that they need to but many have strongly claimed that they wait until they return to the paddock.
|TEAM||2022 F1 DRIVERS|
|Red Bull||Max Verstappen #1 Sergio Perez #11|
|Ferrari||Charles Leclerc #16 Carlos Sainz #55|
|McLaren||Lando Norris #3 Daniel Ricciardo #4|
|Alpine||Fernando Alonso #14 Esteban Ocon #31|
- Max Verstappen. Team: Red Bull Racing. Born: 1997-09-30 (age 24) …
- Daniel Ricciardo. Team: McLaren. …
- Lando Norris. Team: McLaren. …
- Sebastian Vettel. Team: Aston Martin Racing. …
- Nicholas Latifi. Team: Williams. …
- Nikita Mazepin. Team: Haas F1 Team. …
- Pierre Gasly. Team: AlphaTauri. …
- Sergio Perez. Team: Red Bull Racing.
Well, Ferrari will earn the largest amount of Formula 1 revenue share. F1 follows a strange revenue share model and we look deeper into how much money.
F1’s 2022 revenue is estimated at $1.38bn which is shared between the teams and other shareholders. This is a huge amount! It is one of the highest grossing sports competitions in the world.
There is a lot of money in Formula 1 and some estimates suggest it generates up to a billion dollars in revenue. So where does it go? CVC (Parent Company of Formula 1 Group) is responsible for disbursement of prize money. Revenue from a single race can range between $100 million and $140 million. Meanwhile, Formula 1 revenue is increasing every year. In fact, total revenue in 2014 was about $1.8 billion.
Red Bull driver Sergio Perez has clocked the fastest time on the final morning of 2022 Formula 1 pre-season testing in Bahrain. Perez used Pirelli’s soft C4 tyres to set a 1m33.105s lap, comfortably holding top position until the lunchtime interval.
There are some obvious caveats that exaggerate Ferrari’s odds. Verstappen’s time was set near the end of the session, when the track was at its fastest; Leclerc’s time was set quite early.
Leclerc also used the C4 compound while Verstappen used the faster C5. Combining those things can take about half a second. It brings the front picture closer, but Verstappen’s margin was big enough to make an undeniable statement: Red Bull Racing is the team to beat.
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