Considering that Ross Brawn paid £1 for the old Honda Formula One team earlier this year and received operating money from the manufacturer to get through 2009, the sale of the team to Mercedes et al has got to be a record for return on investment.
My calculations put it at $1.096 million US for every penny invested less expenses incurred through the season not covered by the Honda money.
Apparently in addition to his strategic genius in racing, Brawn is quite a businessman too.
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