Top 5 Highest Paid Formula 1 Drivers of 2016
What amount of cash do you make? Odds are that whatever figure it will be, it scarcely meets every one of your costs sufficiently. Our managers feel that they pay us excessively, everybody at home supposes we are excessively closefisted on the grounds that we don’t give them favor or any sort of blessings, and the bills become quicker than our capacity to acquire.
Notwithstanding, the diehard enthusiasts of Formula 1 who dependably go to watch the races at whatever point they are around the local area realize that the hustling here is not as simple as other people out there considers. Equation 1 is an extremely aggressive game and each driver should be at the highest point of his diversion to win any focuses, while the genuinely amazing ones wind up winning different titles.
The greater part of the drivers here make a large number of dollars consistently in light of the fact that they are outstanding at what they do – and the same applies to all experts at the highest point of their exchange. Give this a chance to be an eye-opener that we also can get paid in millions on the off chance that we ascend to the extremely beat, since this rundown is brimming with just the most elite.
Nico Rosberg (Mercedes) – $15.5 Million
Since Nico Rosberg’s dad Keke Rosberg is a previous Formula One World Champion, you would just anticipate that his child will be incredible at this game as well, correct? In spite of the fact that his dad used to race under the Finnish banner, Nico is a piece of the Mercedes Formula One group and races under the German banner inferable from his double citizenship in both Finland and Germany. Nico won’t not have won a big showdown yet like his dad did in 1982 however he brings home between $15.5 million to $18.3 million, a sum that his dad scarcely ever constructed. Nico has 23 wins and 53 platform completes added to his repertoire and is at present having an extraordinary season so far in light of the fact that he is right now driving the 2016 Formula One Championship.
Kimi Raikkonen (Ferrari) – $16 Million
Finland has delivered some extraordinary Formula 1 drivers throughout the years, and Kimi Raikkonen (The Ice Man the same number of individuals call him) is one of the best in the game today. What is stunning about Kimi Raikkonen is that he won the Formula One World Championships in 2007 in his first year with Ferrari, a fete that not very many different drivers have ever accomplished in their first year with a group. Around the same time, Kimi Raikkonen was the most generously compensated driver in motorsport winning roughly $51 million every year except now needs to settle for what may appear to him to be a negligible $16 million a year. Aside from contending in Formula 1, Raikkonen has additionally contended in the World Rally Championships and in NASCAR however is presently in Formula 1.
Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) – $31 Million
Lewis Hamilton is the most generously compensated British Formula One Racing driver and is the main dark Formula 1 driver, without tallying Willy T. Ribbs’ test drive in 1986. Lewis Hamilton is a piece of the Mercedes AMG Petronas group, in spite of starting his dashing vocation with McLaren. Lewis Hamilton makes an incredible $31 million a year in addition to a $10 million reward each year for a long time, making him one of the most generously compensated British competitor if not the most generously compensated for the current year. Lewis Hamilton has won the Formula One World Championship three times, in 2008, in 2014, and in 2015, giving him one of the best records in history in this way. Lewis Hamilton emerges in that he is the main driver who has won no less than one race each season he finishes since joining McLaren in 2007 to date at Mercedes, giving him the third most noteworthy unequaled wins ever.
Fernando Alonso (McLaren) – $40 Million
Fernando Alonso Diaz is one of the best Formula 1 dashing drivers on the planet today, having won various titles including two Formula 1 World Championships. Fernando makes a greatest of $40 million a year including rewards, which is a ton of cash. Presently, Fernando is a piece of the McLaren-Honda group, regardless of winning his twofold title with Renault. Fernando Alonso started hustling at age 3, where he joined the Karting rivalries and got to be best on the planet in 1996. Fernando made it to Formula 1 in 2001; he joined Renault in 2003, won the Formula One World Drivers’ Championship in 2005, and held it in 2006. Fernando verged on winning a third title on three events while at Ferrari by completing at runner-up positions in 2010, 2012, and 2013.
Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari) – $50 Million
Sebastian Vettel tops the rundown of the most generously compensated Formula 1 drivers of 2016, attributable to his $50 million paycheck. The terms of his three-year contract from 2015 to 2017 express that he was to get $50 million ensured in his first year, and afterward an essential compensation of $30 million or more rewards the other two years. This compensation makes this extraordinary 29-year old German driver the most generously compensated driver in the business. Sebastian Vettel has broken various records over his profession since he held no less than five most youthful Formula 1 driver records among others. Vettel has had a great record in this way, winning four consecutive Formula 1 World Championships from 2010 to 2013 and he is one among just four drivers in history to win no less than four titles.