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It was arguably the moment that called time on Mick Schumacher’s time at Haas, and at the time of writing, his future in Formula One – but there were months left of the 2022 season to go. The team’s final figure is a staggering £5.5m, over a million more than the team which came second. The team’s prestige is reflected in their staggering £3billion valuation, but after a lacklustre year, the constructor ended the season having racked up the second-highest amount of damage. Although first and second in the standings, the twin seasons of Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez have ended so differently it would be hard to tell they were on the same team, in the same car. Red Bull will have expected more from their driver, particularly when they compare it with the feats achieved by their No 1. Verstappen also came the lowest in the Destructors’ standings, costing Red Bull just £270,236 in damages.

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