Car Development

F1 Car Development Costs
All Car Development costs related to bulding the f1 cars before the seson starts. This includes all the costs releated to building the car which will be used during the pre-season test and during the season. The costs start small because the teams will be focused on R&D then as we get closer to pre-season increases dramatically and also close to the first race of the season the costs increases dramatically too. Usually teams are left with about 3 to 4 million to use for upgrades during the entire seasonCar development is building the initial car which will be upgraded durung the season

Car Development Costs are all costs related to the actual bulding the F1 cars before the seson starts. This includes all the costs releated to putiing to gether the car which will be used during the pre-season test and during the season.

The Car development costs start small because the teams will be focused on R&D then as we get closer to pre-season, the costs increases dramatically and also close to the first race of the season the costs increases dramatically too becuase the tems woul dhave gathered enought data to make respectable changes to the cars.

Then there are costs related to actually building the  2 cars for the start of the season beucase during preseason teams only use one car to save costs as reulated by the FIA and the F1 boady of regulators.

The car development costs range from 25 to 30 million depending in the size of the team and the availability of funds, hoeven considering that in 2023 all F1 teams seems to be financially stable we expect all teams to have enough funds to match big teams such as Mercedes, Frerrari and Redbull thanks to the F1 budget cap or the F1 cost cap.

After the initial development of the cafe teams are usually teams are left with about 3 to 4 million to use for upgrades during the entire season. However it varries with how the teams allocate their costs but the primary of the work is done at the biggining of the seaons and during the season its all about marginal gains.