F1 for short |  Formula 1 also presents good figures in the third quarter

F1 for short | Formula 1 also presents good figures in the third quarter

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Formula 1 also presents good figures in the third quarter

In the third quarter of 2022, F1 was again able to present good figures, reports Motorsport.com. The organization managed to increase its income by no less than 47 million dollars compared to the previous season. The same period in 2021 gave $ 668 million, now $ 715 million. The periods can be compared well, because in both cases there was little or no more trouble from the corona and seven races were held in both cases. Operating income, on the other hand, increased only slightly, from $80 million to $82 million. This is due to various costs that have increased.

“Higher commission and affiliate service costs associated with F1’s primary revenue streams and higher costs associated with Formula 2 and Formula 3 increased all expenses. Selling, general and administrative expenses increased in the third quarter due to and higher labor and IT costs and higher legal and consulting costs. information from F1.

McLaren clearly put Ricciardo’s place

McLaren is ready to replace reserve Daniel Ricciardo from 2023, team boss Andreas Seidl told the Spanish branch of Motorsport.com. “We haven’t had that discussion yet,” he quotes Sports Week his story. “Usually we do that during the winter, because we also have an agreement with another team to share reserve drivers. However, there is no bad feeling between Daniel and the team, so it is possible.

2023 ticket allocation postponed: The Dutch GP organization needs more time

Fans who were hoping to find out quickly if they could be there during the 2023 Dutch GP will have to be patient. The agency says for all new applications it will be announced later whether they have been excluded or not. “This postponement is necessary because we need more time,” a spokesman told them General Gazette. The 2023 edition is the third in a row after being off the calendar for a long time. The 2021 and 2022 editions were won by Max Verstappen.

Marko is happy with the Mexican driver in Red Bull

Red Bull Racing Consultant, Dr. Helmut Marko, was impressed by Sergio Pérez in Mexico. “Unfortunately, the Checo stop didn’t go well, otherwise we could have had a one-two. The environment is interesting and it’s good to have a Mexican driver.” DAZN. Max Verstappen finished first and Pérez eventually finished third, after Mercedes had unexpected competition. “I think this was the best track for Mercedes, but we chose the best tires,” the consultant concluded.

Vandoorne switches to Aston Martin for the role of pilot and reserve driver

Like Felipe Drugovich, Stoffel Vandoorne will join the Aston Martin team next year. The Belgian is still Mercedes’ test and reserve driver this season, but that will come to an end after this season. “It’s great to see that the team has grown so much,” says Vandoorne on Aston Martin official website. “I’m looking forward to further developing the car with Fernando (Alonso, ed.), who I already know from my days at McLaren, and Lance (Stroll, ed.). I’m ready for this challenge,” said the Formula E champion.

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Verstappen in the top 500 rich Dutch people for the first time

Max Verstappen is on the Quotes 500 with the richest Dutch people for the first time. The Red Bull Racing driver has a fortune of 120 million and with that he closes the list. Thus, the reigning world champion is also the youngest Dutchman on the list. With Verstappen having signed a lucrative new deal with Red Bull this year, this potential will only increase.

De Vries is following Gasly’s path in his first year at AlphaTauri

Nyck de Vries will work in 2023 at the same level as Pierre Gasly at AlphaTauri, reports Telegraph Monday morning. For example, the Dutchman gets Pierre Hamelin as a race engineer. He previously worked with Gasly. De Vries will also team up with personal trainer Pyry Salmela, who has assisted Gasly as a performance coach in recent seasons. The 27-year-old will also work with Guillaume Le Goff, Gasly’s manager. Until now, De Vries worked without a manager.