Formula 1 Prize money 2022
The 2022 FIA Formula One World Championship is one of the biggest motor racing championships in the world. Formula 1 has revealed the calendar for the 2022 season, with 23 Grands Prix on the provisional schedule for next year. The season will start in Bahrain in mid-March, and finish in Abu Dhabi in mid-November. Find out the Formula 1 Prize money 2022.
The cap was set at $145m (£119m) in 2021, dropping to $140m in 2022, then $135m for 2023–25.
The F1 distributes their profit to all the teams but the driver doesn’t get any. The drivers are paid with salaries by the team. The Formula 1 revenue is divided into two categories (50% each). Half goes to Formula 1 teams (prize money fund) and the other half goes to the formula 1 group and shareholders. F1 doesn’t reveal what amount is gotten by each group. FORMULA 1 TV SCHEDULE 2022.
The Teams of Formula 1 decide how much they will pay their riders. Usually, the drivers who win the most get more money through bonuses on their salary. CVC does not pay anything to the drivers. The formula 1 driver are paid by their respective teams.
Wining points requirement:
- 1st: 25
- 2nd: 18
- 3rd: 15
- 4th: 12
- 5th: 10
- 6th: 8
- 7th: 6
- 8th: 4
- 9th: 2
- 10th: 1
The fastest lap of the race record holder driver gets one point bonus. To get a hold of the bonus they have to be on the top 10 list.
Prize money facts :
- The top ten teams receive column one and column two payments.
- F1 shares column one payments equally among the top 10 teams in the last three years.
- F1 shares column two payments through the top 10 teams depending on how they finish in the current constructors’ championship.
- Teams who finish outside the top ten get a column three payment which is around $10 million just for being part of Formula 1.
- All 11 teams earn transportation costs.
- Ferrari gets the extra 2.5% because of their special contact with Formula 1.
- 23.7% of the prize money fund goes to the constructors on the basis of how they finish in the constructor’s points table at the end of the season.
Some Formula 1 teams receive extra bonus money depending on their previous season’s performance and popularity. here’s a list :
|Racing Teams||Column 1||Column 2||Bonus & Others||Total|
|Ferrari||$35 Million||$56 Million||$114 million||$205 Million|
|Mercedes||$35 Million||$66 Million||$76 million||$177 million|
|McLaren||$35 Million||$46 Million||$71 million||$152 million|
|Red Bull Racing||$35 Million||$32 Million||$33 million||$100 million|
|Renault||$35 Million||$38 Million||–||$73 million|
|Haas||$35 Million||$35 Million||–||$70 million|
|Williams||$35 Million||$15 Million||–||$60 million|
|Racing Point||$35 Million||$24 Million||–||$59 million|
|Sauber||$35 Million||$21 Million||–||$56 million|
|Toro Rosso||$35 Million||$17 Million||–||$52 million|
Column 1 is a list of fixed merit shares for the top 10 teams. They all get the same amount of money.
Column 2 is about the points. The teams are is awarded based on where teams finish in the WCC standings. So the points are important. The prize money is paid to all F1 teams according to their driver’s position on the Formula 1 table and the constructors’ position. Bonus prizes are not set for all teams. Only a few teams get the bonus.