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Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Malaysia dan F1

Berbaloikah Malaysia menyertai F1

di kala kegawatan ekonomi sedang melanda

mungkin ada kebaikan

ini semua pihak kerajaan yang tentukan

1 Malaysia

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~ Top outfits such as Ferrari and McLaren had estimated annual expenditures in 2006 of over US$400,000,000.00 (RM1.4 billion), according to one F1 publication.

~ Toro Rosso, formerly known as Minardi, was estimated to have spent US$75,000,000.00

~ Toyota is estimated to be spending US$450,000,000.00 a year but has yet to win a single race.

~ Honda, which pulled out of F1 last year due to the high cost it incurred, was also estimated to have spent US$380,000,000.00 in 2006.

~ A £40 million (RM230,000,000.00) budget cap incentive, however, has been offered to teams next year in exchange for greater technical freedom.

The cap, however, does not cover driver salaries, engine costs, marketing and promotion.

Assuming the 1 Malaysia F1 Team targets to spend according to the budget cap, its annual expenditure, less salaries, engines and marketing, should be in the region of RM230,000,000.00 .

Top-notch drivers and engines, however, do not come cheap.

Ferrari was estimated to have spent US$44 million in driver salaries in 2003 and US$175 ,000,000.00 on engines.

On the other end of the scale, however, Minardi was estimated to have spent US$500,000 on salaries and US$15,000,00.00 on engines during the same period.

But that does not take into account start-up costs.

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