2014 F1 Driver Salaries Revealed

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The annual list of F1 salaries has again been published, and while Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso remains top, he has now been joined by team-mate Kimi Raikkonen and Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel.

The information – complied by Business Book GP2014 and reported on TomorrowNewsF1.com – reckons all three are now on around €22 million, with Kimi Raikkonen gaining considerably after moving from Lotus to the Scuderia. Vettel’s income has also increased substantially in the wake of his fourth F1 Drivers’ title in a row.

Lewis Hamilton meanwhile has now dropped to fourth in the rankings, although he remains on a reputed €20 million retainer with Mercedes, one spot in front of Jenson Button, taking home €16 million with McLaren.

Current Championship leader Nico Rosberg saw his pay increased by Mercedes from €11 million to €12 million, while Felipe Massa drops to €4 million after losing his seat at Ferrari and then moving to Williams.

Further back, Nico Hulkenberg is now apparently earning four times as much as he did in 2013, with Force India paying him €4 million, while his team-mate, Sergio Perez has seen his salary doubled to €3 million – despite being dumped by McLaren. Lotus duo Romain Grosjean and Pastor Maldonado also earn €3 million, it is claimed.

Williams’ Valtteri Bottas and Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo both look a real bargain at €1 million and €750,000 respectively, while F1 2014 rookie Kevin Magnussen gets €1 million with McLaren. Fellow F1 newbie Daniil Kvyat is on €250,000 with Toro Rosso.

Drivers:

1. Fernando Alonso Ferrari €22m
= Kimi Raikkonen Ferrari €22m
=Sebastian Vettel Red Bull Racing €22m
4. Lewis Hamilton Mercedes €20m
5. Jenson Button McLaren-Mercedes €16m
6. Nico Rosberg Mercedes €12m
7. Felipe Massa Williams €4m
= Nico Hulkenberg Force India F1 €4m
9. Romain Grosjean Lotus F1 Team €3m
= Pastor Maldonado Lotus F1 Team €3m
= Sergio Perez Force India F1 €3m
12. Adrian Sutil Sauber €2m
13. Kevin Magnuseen McLaren-Mercedes €1m
= Valtteri Bottas Williams €1m
15. Daniel Ricciardo Red Bull Racing €750,000
= Jean-Eric Vergne Scuderia Toro Rosso €750,000
17. Jules Bianchi Marussia €500,000
18. Esteban Gutierrez Sauber €400,000
19. Daniil Kvyat Scuderia Toro Rosso €250,000
20. Max Chilton Marussia €200,000
21. Marcus Ericsson Caterham F1 €150,000
= Kamui Kobayshi Caterham F1 €150,000

What the F1 teams spent on drivers in 2014:

1. Ferrari €44m
2. Mercedes €32m
3. Red Bull Racing €22.75m
4. McLaren-Mercedes €17m
5. Force India €7m
6. Lotus F1 team €6m
7. Williams €5m
8. Sauber €2.4m
9. Scuderia Toro Rosso €1m
10. Marussia €700,000
11. Caterham €300,000

2013 Drivers’ salaries here.

[ Source: crash.net ]

 

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