Toyota has $445.6m F1 budget

Toyota has almost ten times as much to spend this year as Super Aguri did

Toyota has almost ten times as much to spend this year as Super Aguri did

Last week’s astonishing events on the financial markets will surely have an impact on F1 sooner or later. Governments are supporting major financial institutions and others are going to the wall.

This will inevitably impact upon a sport like Formula 1 which devours money. New research shows the teams have over $3bn in resources this year. And Toyota has more money to spend than any other team but it is one of three outfits with over $400m to spend. Here are the astonishing figures that show the true cost of competing in F1.

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

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27 comments on Toyota has $445.6m F1 budget

  1. Psst! Better keep this list from Max eys sight. Else, he will find way to get a chunk of Toyota’s & Maclaren to subsidise Ferrari’s win.

  2. ross brawn should really be at toyota not honda. next year will be the real test of honda’s power. better hope they do better next year if they want to stay in F1, otherwise i fear they might think about leaving…

  3. I’d be really interested to see how much of McLaren’s budget comes from Mercedes. We can see the other manufacturer’s spending, but Mercedes manages to stay in the shadows. Anyone know if Formula Money covers this?

  4. Nick said on 22nd April 2009, 11:51

    Toyota has the bigest budget in the world than others car manufactures! This is known! Also Toyota make an F1 team from zero (0), it’s means buy stuff without f1 experience on 2002 and built f1 factory in Germany with own and try to do “one aim” to win formula 1 one day… Believe that f1 in nowdays is very difficult to do that from zero… Needs time and years. Now Toyota has 8 years in f1 and i beleive it’s the time to do the “one aim”
    Don’t forget something, Renault buy Benneton team 2002 and come in f1, that’s means ranault is Benneton with 10 years experience stuff and factory in f1 + 8 years nowdays= about 18 years experience, so wins 2 championships! BMW buy Sauber team too, they cannot make a team of zero their own teams because they have not much money to do that it’s dificult, Toyota can do that and i believe in this team… The begging is on 2009…!

  5. dookster said on 20th June 2009, 1:14

    How much did Sir Virginair paid for this years Fq championship?

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