2016 F1

F1 2016 drivers salaries and bonuses revealed

F1 2016 drivers salaries and bonuses revealed

F1 2016 drivers salaries and bonuses revealed

Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel on top – the Four-time world champion is the highest paid F1 driver going into the 2016 F1 season with 3 year deal. He is also one of the top paid sportsman in the world.

McLaren’s Fernando Alonso is getting salary of $40 million annually including bonus and sponsors earnings.

Defending world champions Lewis Hamilton is getting salary of $31 million and up to $10 million in bonuses; in fact he is the second highest paid driver behind Vettel in 2016. Lewis is currently the richest United Kingdom sportsman in the with wealth of (£88 million).

We collect the data from various sources, one thing is there have been not many changes in team line-ups, but few teams renew the contract and Haas F1 the only team made brand new selection for 2016 F1, below added the driver’s deal on 2016 line-up.

F1 Drivers Salaries 2016 – Contract Details
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F1 teams spend on drivers in 2015:

1. Ferrari $50.15m
2. McLaren-Honda $49.06m
3. Mercedes $41.97.5m
4. Force India $8.72m
= Lotus F1 team $8.72m
6. Williams $6.54m
7. Red Bull Racing $2.45m
8. Scuderia Toro Rosso $545,110
9. Sauber $436,088
10. Manor $218,044

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1 Comment
  • Richard Piers

    More guesswork ? It’s strange when you add up all they’ve earned over the years how far it exceeds their total assets. We know they live well but… they must all be huge gamblers or have very bad financial advisors !

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