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How much does an F1 car cost

The economics of Formula 1 F1 TEAM BUDGET TOTAL £158M RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT SALARIES PRODUCTION OPERATIONS £41M £42M £39M £36M Wind-tunnel testing £16m Team £26m Manufacturing £13m Logistic £13m Track testing £10m Drivers £13m Customer engine supply £20m Entertainment £10m Other R&D £15m Directors £3m Key components £6m Freight £5m IT £3m Factory and utilities £2m Professional services £2m Fuel £lm COMPONENT COST OF FORMULA ONE CARS IN 2015 SEASON TOTAL GEARBOX UNDERTRAY E6M REAR WING ENGINE TELEMETRY SOFTWARE MONOCOQUE £172,000 £94,000 £3.5M EIM £50,000 £74,000 £750,000 £58,000 £150,000 %3D £149,000 £1,300 EXHAUST STEERING WHEEL FRONT WING BRAKES TYRES PER SET TEAM SPONSORSHIP COSTS PER AREA OF CAR E17M £17M £3.4M £6.8M WING MIRROR AIRBOX REAR WING £17M £2M £3.4M TOP OF NOSE SIDE OF TUB SIDEPODS REAR-WING ENDPLATES инн RACONTEUR Source: Formula Money

How much does an F1 car cost

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Infographic examining how much it costs to get an F1 car on the track, including car component, R&D, operations, salary and sponsorship costs

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