F1 driver salaries: How much money does every driver earn?

F1 driver salaries: How much money does every driver earn?
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F1 driver salaries: How much money does every driver earn?

According to RacingNews365, these are the estimated base salaries for each F1 driver: Max Verstappen ($63m / £50m), Lewis Hamilton ($63m / £50m), Charles Leclerc ($24m / £20m), Lando Norris ($20m / £17m), Carlos Sainz ($12m / £10m), Sergio Perez ($10m / £8m), Valtteri Bottas ($10m / £8m). Other salaries include: George Russell ($8m / £7m), Esteban Ocon ($6m / £5m), Pierre Gasly ($5m / £4m), Kevin Magnussen ($5m / £4m), Fernando Alonso ($5m / £4m), Alex Albon ($3m / £2m), Zhou Guanyu ($2m / £1.6m), Lance Stroll ($2m / £1.6m), Nico Hulkenberg ($2m / £1.6m), and Oscar Piastri ($2m / £1.6m). Yuki Tsunoda and Logan Sargeant have a salary of $1m / £800,000 each. Hamilton’s new two-year deal included a £10m pay rise, bringing his total yearly salary to £50m, matching Verstappen’s. F1 contracts often include bonuses based on race wins and championships.

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Source: Crash.net

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