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EMD makes list of drivers' salaries

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  • #127972
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    Alexi
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    Sorry if already posted…

    Source – http://www.elmundodeportivo.es/gen/20100818/53985696994/noticia/la-parrilla-de-formula-1-ricos-pero-no-todos-y-fernando-alonso-el-mejor-pagado.html

    Full list (in euros):

    1. Fernando Alonso – 30 M

    2. Lewis Hamilton – 16 M

    3. Felipe Massa – 14 M

    4. Jenson Button – 9 M

    5. Michael Schumacher – 8 M

    5. Nico Rosberg – 8 M

    7. Robert Kubica – 7,5 M

    8. Rubens Barrichello – 5,5 M

    9. Mark Webber – 4,2 M

    10. Jarno Trulli – 3 M

    11. Sebastian Vettel – 2 M

    11. Heikki Kovalainen – 2 M

    13. Timo Glock – 1 M

    14. Nico Hulkenberg – 700 mil

    15. Pedro de la Rosa – 500 mil

    15. Kamui Kobayashi – 500 mil

    17. Vitaly Petrov – 400 mil

    17. Sebastien Buemi – 400 mil

    17. Jayme Alguersuari – 400 mil

    20. Adrian Sutil – 200 mil

    20. Vitantonio Liuzzi – 200 mil

    20. Lucas di Grassi – 200 mil

    23. Bruno Senna – 150 mil

    24. Karun Chandhok – 100 mil

    No wonder Sutil wants to leave FI, and Vettel comes almost for free.

    #143617
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    I’m not really surprised at any. I believe RB drivers get most of their money from the bonus they get if they win. I think it was written on JA or Saward or somewhere.

    #143618
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    I don’t understand, what does “mil” mean compared to “M”?

    Also, is this in pounds? euros? dollar?

    #143619
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    But from what James Allen reported a while ago (http://www.jamesallenonf1.com/2010/08/how-much-does-an-f1-driver-earn/ ), the numbers for Fernando – Barricello might be correct, but both Webber and Vettel were reported differently.

    They were supposed to get about EUR 3.5 M fix retainer, but would be able to earn a lot more from succes on track, making Webber get to as much as 6M and Vettel to 4.2M up to now.

    I also saw german media reporting, that Michael Schumacher is getting over 30 million for his 3 years, so that would make a about 10 million/year. JA put Alonso up for about 16M per year from Ferrari, but additional money from Santander might have done the rest of the 30M.

    Interesting how big the differences between drivers are (mind how much Lotus is paying their drivers! And how big the differences are between sums reported by different sources.

    #143620
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    Mouse_Nightshirt
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    They’re all earning more than me!

    #143621
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    Here is a list from gpupdate.net (compiled by Business Book GP)


    Estimated Formula 1 driver salaries, as compiled by Business Book GP


    1 Fernando Alonso, Ferrari – €30 million

    2 Lewis Hamilton, McLaren – €16 million

    = Kimi Rδikkφnen, Ferrari – €16 million

    4 Felipe Massa, Ferrari – €14 million

    5 Jenson Button, McLaren – €9 million

    6 Michael Schumacher, Mercedes – €8 million

    = Nico Rosberg, Mercedes – €8 million

    8 Robert Kubica, Renault – €7.5 million

    9 Rubens Barrichello, Williams – €5.5 million

    10 Mark Webber, Red Bull – €4.2 million

    11 Jarno Trulli, Lotus – €3 million

    12 Sebastian Vettel, Red Bull – €2 million

    = Heikki Kovalainen, Lotus – €2 million

    14 Timo Glock, Virgin – €1 million

    15 Nico Hόlkenberg, Williams – €700,000

    16 Pedro de la Rosa, Sauber – €500,000

    = Kamui Kobayashi, Sauber – €500,000

    18 Vitaly Petrov, Renault – €400,000

    = Sιbastien Buemi, Toro Rosso – €400,000

    = Jaime Alguersuari, Toro Rosso – €400,000

    21 Adrian Sutil, Force India – €200,000

    = Vitantonio Liuzzi, Force India – €200,000

    = Lucas di Grassi, Virgin – €200,000

    24 Bruno Senna, Hispania – €150,000

    - Karun Chandhok, Hispania – Pay driver

    – Sakon Yamamoto, Hispania – Pay driver


    #143622
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    Not sure why Kimi is also in that list.

    #143623
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    Lord Stig
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    He is being paid 16 Million not to drive in F1. He did still have a contract for this year.

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