Usually there are as many pit crews in Formula One as the number of teams in the years racing calendar. Last year 2010 we had 12 teams and hence 12 pit crews. Each pit crew has more than 20 odd members and they all cater to the pit stop requirements of the 2 drivers of each team. This year 2011 too it would be the same.
The current Formula One structure has 10 teams. Each team has two drivers. There is also a test driver, who obviously tests the car to see if there advantages gained from improvements to the car. The pit crew contains about 15 race engineers and mechanics, but this varies from team to team. There are also around 5-6 race strategists who control the drivers race, including tyre and fuel strategies. So all in all there is around 25 members in an F1 team.
The pronoun that takes the place of the singular noun 'fire crew' is it.There is a tendency to use the pronouns 'they' and 'them' when referring to one crew or one team as representing the members of the crew or team rather than the crew or the team as a single unit. However, although technically incorrect, it is commonly used in informal language.Correct: The fire team was called. It arrived in minutes.Informal: The fire team was called. They arrived in minutes.
There is no set wage, every team is different, and it depends on the Owner and the Crew Cheif, Johnsons crew chief would make more then a crew chief with no wins. Which bring us to "Bonuses", team members get bonuses with wins and/or championships, this is in the thousands of dollars, so your answer is it varies from team-to-team, win-to-win-to-championship. Hope this helps!
Film is a director's medium. This means that the role of the director is to 'direct' everything involved with telling a story on film. Delegating tasks to significant crew members is part of directing. Crew members can include actors, cinematographers, sound team, lighting team, set designers and decorators, costumers and make-up team members and so forth.
I have answered this question already, short version: varies from team to team. Here is the answer else where in the category. There are several schools of thought and facts, many lessor teams average between $30,000 to $50,000, middle range teams $40,000 to $70,000, top teams $60,000 to $90,000, A few even more, but they are the best of the best. This is a hard question to give exactitudes, the team owner(s) and sponsors determine the wages for crew members, with great sponsors comes huge money.
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