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Fernando Alonso and Lewis Hamilton on top in the 2013 F1 driver salaries list. Mercedes has spent largely spent for their drivers in this season.

According to Business Book GP 2013, Lewis Hamilton and Fernando Alonso now earns an estimated EUR 20 million per season, Hamilton currently getting an extra €4 million per season following switching from McLaren to Mercedes.

Jenson Button third top earner €16 million, defending world champion Sebastian Vettel earns €12 million, Nico Rosberg on behind his country man just €1 million and €2 million a year more than F1 veteran Mark Webber.

Drivers:

1. Fernando Alonso Ferrari €20m
= Lewis Hamilton Mercedes €20m
3. Jenson Button McLaren-Mercedes €16m
4. Sebastian Vettel Red Bull Racing €12m
5. Nico Rosberg Mercedes €11m
6. Mark Webber Red Bull Racing €10m
7. Felipe Massa Ferrari €6m
8. Kimi Raikkonen Lotus F1 Team €3m
9. Sergio Perez McLaren-Mercedes €1.5m
10. Romain Grosjean Lotus F1 Team €1m
= Pastor Maldonado Williams €1m
= Nico Hulkenberg Sauber €1m
13. Valtteri Bottas Williams €600,000
14. Jules Bianchi Marussia €500,000
= Adrian Sutil Force India F1 €500,000
16. Paul di Resta Force India F1 €400,000
= Daniel Ricciardo Scuderia Toro Rosso €400,000
= Jean-Eric Vergne Scuderia Toro Rosso €400,000
19. Esteban Gutierrez Sauber €200,000
20. Charles Pic Caterham €150,000
= Giedo van der Garde Caterham €150,000
= Max Chilton Marussia €150,000

Teams spent on drivers in 2013 F1 season:

1. Mercedes €31m
2. Ferrari €26m
3. Red Bull Racing €22m
4. McLaren-Mercedes €17.5m
5. Lotus F1 team €4m
6. Williams €1.6m
7. Sauber €1.2m
8. Force India €900,000
9. Scuderia Toro Rosso €800,000
10. Marussia €650,000
11. Caterham €300,000


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