How Ferrari still beats Red Bull in the prize stakes

How Ferrari still beats Red Bull in the prize stakes

Red Bull may have dominated on the racetrack for the past two seasons, but it is still Ferrari that is bringing in the money. Jonathan Noble investigates F1's prize money to assess the sport's financial winners and losers

As the Formula 1 teams packed up for the last time in 2011 at Interlagos on Sunday night, you could have been forgiven for thinking that in the super rich world of grand prix racing, it would be back-to-back title winners Red Bull Racing that would be walking out of the paddock as the highest paid team on the grid.

After all, its record over the past two seasons is unmatched – and no rival outfit can come anywhere close to boasting about its run of results.

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