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Latest analysis revealed that the all F1 drivers salaries and bonuses, who the aces compete in 2017 Formula 1 season. Triple time world champion Lewis Hamilton is top of the list with the terms of potential income (Salary and bonus).

The Brit receives $31 million salary plus $10 million bonus, double world champion, the McLaren speedy Fernando Alonso on the second position, the Spaniard gets a fixed salary of $30 million and $10 million bonus.

Four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel, who took salary pole position in the 2017 F1, the highest guaranteed salary of all drivers, $36 million.

Williams F1 rookie, Lance Stroll’s salary or bonus is unknown. The Canadian driver is currently one of the youngest drivers in the Formula 1 competition though. He is the son of billionaire Canadian businessman Lawrence Stroll and Belgian fashion designer Claire-Anne Callens.

LANCE STROL (WILLIAMS) Unknown

PASCAL WEHRLEIN – SALARY + BONUS (SAUBER): $200.000

ESTEBAN OCON – SALARY + BONUS (FORCE INDIA): $200.000

MARCUS ERICSSON – SALARY + BONUS (SAUBER): $300.000

STOFFEL VANDOORNE – SALARY + BONUS (MCLAREN): $300.000

CARLOS SAINZ – SALARY + BONUS (TORO ROSSO): $800.000

DANIIL KVYAT – SALARY + BONUS (TORO ROSSO): $800.000

JOLYON PALMER – SALARY + BONUS (RENAULT): $1 million

KEVIN MAGNUSSEN – SALARY + BONUS (HAAS F1): $1 million

ROMAIN GROSJEAN – SALARY + BONUS (HAAS F1): $1.5 million

SERGIO PEREZ – SALARY + BONUS (FORCE INDIA): $2.5 million

NICO HULKENBERG – SALARY + BONUS (RENAULT): $3 million

FELIPE MASSA – SALARY + BONUS (WILLIAMS): $3.5 million

MAX VERSTAPPEN – SALARY + BONUS (RED BULL): $5 million

VALTTERI BOTTAS – SALARY + BONUS (MERCEDES): $8.5 million

DANIEL RICCIARDO – SALARY + BONUS (RED BULL): $10 million

KIMI RAIKKONEN – SALARY + BONUS (FERRARI): $17 million

SEBASTIAN VETTEL – SALARY + BONUS (FERRARI): $36 million

FERNANDO ALONSO – SALARY + BONUS (MCLAREN): $40 million

LEWIS HAMILTON – SALARY + BONUS (MERCEDES): $41 million


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