Ecclestone climbed to 73rd on the Sunday Times list

The London newspaper The Sunday Times has been publishing a list of the 1000 richest people in the United Kingdom since 1989, and for many years it has included Bernie Ecclestone, the former head of Formula 1 management.

The list is updated every spring, and in its latest version, released this weekend, the 92-year-old Ecclestone has risen one spot from the previous year.

According to the compilers of the Sunday Time Rich List, he is in 73rd place, and his fortune is estimated at 2 billion 498 million pounds.

Of course, he is not the only one on this list who has something to do with Formula 1: 2nd place is occupied by Sir Jim Ratcliffe, owner of INEOS Corporation, which owns one third of the shares of the Mercedes team. This member of the British business community is doing very well: in one year he has moved from 27th to second place, as his fortune has grown very noticeably and almost reached the level of 30 billion pounds.

Canadian billionaire Lance Stroll is not included in The Sunday Times list because he is not a tax resident of the United Kingdom, although he owns many British assets, including shares in Aston Martin and the Aston Martin F1 racing team. But if he were included in this rating, then with his $ 3.6 billion he would also occupy a very prominent place there.

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