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  • Ferrari, McLaren, Red Bull Top Forbes' List Of Most Valuable F1 Racing Teams

    The 10 most-valuable F1 teams earned a combined $1.7B in ‘11, “aided greatly by sponsorships,” according figures compiled by FORBES magazine. Team Ferrari, which occupies the top spot with a value of $1.15B, “spent $165 million more than it won in races” during the ’11 season -- “yet it pulled in an additional $250 million from its eager-to-advertise pals.” McLaren ranked second with a value of $800M, followed by Red Bull ($400M) and Mercedes ($390M) (FORBES, 12/24 issue).

    TOP 10 MOST-VALUABLE F1 TEAMS DURING '11 SEASON
    RANK
    TEAM
    VALUE
    BUDGET
    WINNINGS
    1
    Ferrari
    $1.15B
    $260M
    $95M
    2
    McLaren
    $800M
    $215M
    $92M
    3
    Red Bull
    $400M
    $205M
    $97M
    4
    Mercedes
    $390M
    $215M
    $70M
    5
    Williams
    $290M
    $125M
    $55M
    6
    Lotus
    $270M
    $160M
    $67M
    7
    Force India
    $225M
    $120M
    $64M
    8
    Sauber
    $155M
    $90M
    $57M
    9
    Toro Rosso
    $135M
    $105M
    $54M
    10
    Caterham
    $105M
    $95M
    $47M

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