Formula One In $4 Million Charity Drive

Formula One auto racing is famous for its turbo-charged spending. Team budgets come to an average of around $220 million annually, the top drivers are paid up to $40 million every year and the biggest-spending races pay more than $70 million to host the race series. F1 is one of the world’s most commercialised sports series so isn’t renowned for giving back. But, behind the scenes, all of the participants in the series play a part in raising money for charity in an innovative way.


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