As the current leader in both the drivers' and constructors' championships, Red Bull Racing as the frontrunner on the F1 track.
It's a different story off-track when finances come into play. Red Bull Racing holds a valuation of $2.6 billion (£2.05 billion).
Digging a little bit deeper by looking at EBITDA (a financial measure that shows a company's operational earnings before considering interest, taxes, and certain non-cash expenses) Ferrari places second, at $115 million (£91 million).
Here, they are bested by Mercedes, who boast an EBITDA of $192 million (£152 million), and sit ahead of Red Bull with an EBITDA of $85 million (£67 million)
Williams stands uniquely as the sole team with a negative EBITDA of -$5 million (£-3.95 million).
Williams' negative EBITDA isn't entirely unexpected, given the team's recent history of financial difficulties.
Under the guidance of team principal James Vowles, Williams has embarked on a significant transformation. Vowles has been steering a comprehensive overhaul to revitalise the team's fortunes on and off track, which will hopefully reverse the negative financial picture.
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