The Formula Money report
The current edition is over 20% bigger than its predecessor and contains a full statistical review of F1ís finances in 2010 as well as 2011 highlights and valuable historical data. New tables include a calculation of the Formula One Groupís actual profit and loss since its acquisition by CVC in 2006, a detailed breakdown of the typical revenues and costs of hosting a Grand Prix, and the advertising value equivalent of broadcast exposure to trackside advertisers and team owners.
The Formula Money report is an invaluable guide to all the figures that matter about the business of Formula One. Launched in 2007, the report is now on its fourth edition which has 220 colour A4 pages containing more than 300 tables and diagrams. This makes it the perfect reference tool for companies and individuals researching data such as Formula One sponsorship values, race budgets, team finances and much more.
The report is divided into eight chapters:
• OVERVIEW, including a breakdown the sportís revenues and profits showing where they come from and where they end up, plus data about the sportís commercial rightsholder.
• SPONSORSHIP, including a full breakdown of sponsorship deals and the teamsí sponsorship revenues, and analysis of deals by market and sector.
• TRACKSIDE ADVERTISING, including race-by-race and sponsor-by-sponsor breakdowns of the value of trackside advertising.
• TEAMS, including team budgets, revenue comparisons and team owner spending.
• DRIVERS, including driver salaries, driversí predicted future earning potential and sponsorship earnings.
• RACES, including a breakdown of race hosting fees, attendance data, ticket prices and budgets for each race.
• MEDIA, including a breakdown of the value of broadcast media exposure to F1ís sponsors and team owners, and analysis of the editorial print media coverage of F1ís sponsors.
• GP2 SERIES, including details of the team budgets and sponsorship values in F1ís feeder series.
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For those looking to get involved in the sport for the first time, Formula Money addresses in detail core questions such as how much it costs to sponsor a team, what are the teamsí overheads and returns, and where the revenues from hosting a race end up.
The Formula Money report and ROI Review are invaluable guides to the sport for both potential and existing stakeholders, such as sponsors, team owners, driver managers and race promoters.
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Christian Sylt and Caroline Reid, the authors of Formula Money, are the world's only newspaper journalists to regularly cover the business of F1. Their combined 20 years of experience covering the sector stretches across all other types of media, from magazines and books to radio and television.
The publishing partner
The publishing partner of Formula Money is CNC, the communications consultancy which has worked with and represented several of motorsportís biggest sponsors, seven car manufacturers and 14 teams in Formula One. For further information visit www.cnc-communications.com