This chart takes the 2019 budget of every crew, in USD, and divides it by their entire components. All knowledge from https://www.racefans.earn/2020/01/02/the-trace-of-f1-2019-part-two-what-the-high-teams-spent/.
I needed to critically shrink the scale of Williams’ $150 million budget for a single point so it will match on the chart without ruining it.
Clearly, this does not repeat the rotund memoir. Rather just a few a teams’ budget did not jog into bid performance for the 2019 season, however as a substitute for extra long-term initiatives esteem upgrading facilities and creating the 2020 or 2021 autos.
And naturally, there’s loads of success in F1, and so some teams would per chance presumably beget got extra/less components than they anticipated no longer thanks to extra/less funding, however merely upright/nefarious success.
I mild think or no longer it is engrossing to scrutinize which teams are doing a huge job at making the quite a lot of the budget they beget, no topic whether it is a clear or a minute one.
Red Bull, Toro Rosso, and Racing Point all beget a increased situation in this chart than their proper 2019 Constructor’s Championship situation, potentially as a result of Ferrari and Renault’s (every of whom beget fairly a huge budget, relative to assorted teams round them) disappointing seasons.