How much do F1 drivers earn in 2019?

30-01-2019 10:20 | Updated: 30-01-2019 10:54
by Jake Williams-Smith
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How much do F1 drivers earn in 2019?

Ever wondered just how much a Formula One driver is paid? This list reports the driver salaries ahead of the 2019 season showing the top earners in the sport as well as just how lucrative a rookie contract is.

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TORO ROSSO:
Alexander Albon = $170,000
Daniil Kvyat = $300,000

WILLIAMS:
George Russell = $180,000
Robert Kubica = $570,000

SAUBER:
Antonio Giovinazzi = $230,000
Kimi Raikkonen = $4,500,000

MCLAREN:
Lando Norris = $260,000
Carlos Sainz  = $4,000,000

RACING POINT:
Lance Stroll = $1,200,000
Sergio Perez = $3,500,000

HAAS F1:
Kevin Magnussen = $1,200,000
Romain Grosjean = $1,800,000

RENAULT F1:
Nico Hulkenberg = $4,500,000
Daniel Ricciardo = $17,000,000

MERCEDES:
Valtteri Bottas = $8,500,000
Lewis Hamilton = $57,000,000

RED BULL RACING:
Pierre Gasly = $1,400,000
Max Verstappen = $13,500,000

FERRARI:
Charles Leclerc = $3,500,000
Sebastian Vettel = $45,000,000

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