F1 2015 driver salaries published

F1 2015 driver salaries published

The annual list of Formula 1 salaries has again been published, and Fernando Alonso is now comfortably top following his move to McLaren-Honda.

The information – complied by Business Book GP and reported by Spanish newspaper El Mundo Deportivo.

The full breakdown is below


1. Fernando Alonso McLaren-Honda €35m
2. Sebastian Vettel Ferrari €28m
3. Lewis Hamilton Mercedes €25m
4. Kimi Raikkonen Ferrari €18m
5. Nico Rosberg Mercedes €13.5m
6. Jenson Button McLaren-Honda €10m
7. Felipe Massa Williams €4m
= Nico Hulkenberg Force India F1 €4m
= Sergio Perez Force India F1 €4m
= Romain Grosjean Lotus F1 Team €4m
= Pastor Maldonado Lotus F1 Team €4m
12. Valtteri Bottas Williams €2m
13. Daniel Ricciardo Red Bull Racing €1.5m
14. Daniil Kvyat Red Bull Racing €750,000
15. Max Verstappen Scuderia Toro Rosso €250,000
= Carlos Sainz Scuderia Toro Rosso €250,000
17. Felipe Nasr Sauber €200,000
= Marcus Ericsson Sauber €200,000
19. Will Stevens Manor €150,000
20. Roberto Merhi Manor €50,000

What the F1 teams spend on drivers in 2015:

1. Ferrari €46m
2. McLaren-Honda €45m
3. Mercedes €38.5m
4. Force India €8m
= Lotus F1 team €8m
6. Williams €6m
7. Red Bull Racing €2.25m
8. Scuderia Toro Rosso €500,000
9. Sauber €400,000
10. Manor €200,000

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