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Ferrari F1 team sports is the 15th most profitable in the world

According to the latest study by Forbes, there are only two stables Formula1 that rank among the 50 richest sports teams, there are only two stables Formula1: Ferrari and McLaren.

Ferrari has taken the 15th place in the standings. The value of the Scuderia is estimated at 1.1 billion U.S. dollars. This means an increase of 3% compared to 2011 figures.

McLaren is the second ecurie has to be in the Top 50 of Forbes. It takes the 40th position with a market value of $ 800 million $, a decrease of 2% compared to 2011 data.

The 10 richest teams in 2012:

1 - Manchester United - $ 2.23 billion (soccer);

2 - Red Madrid - $ 1.88 billion (soccer);

3 - New York Yankees - $ 1.85 billion (baseball);

4 - Dallas Cowboys - $ 1.85 billion (football);

5 - Washington Redskins - $ 1.56 billion (football);

6 - Los Angeles Dodgers - $ 1.4 billion (baseball);

7 - New England Patriots - $ 1.4 billion (football);

8 - Barcelona - $ 1.31 billion (soccer);

9 - New York Giants - $ 1.3 millaird (football);

10 - Arsenal - $ 1.29 billion (soccer).

Source: Forbes

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