F1 Forbes lists shows that Checo Perez is not among the top 5 members. Who are in the rich list of Forbes in the category of Formula One Drivers.
Whereas no one will be shocked to see Max Verstappen gaining the foremost cash. The degree of his lead at the beat of this table might have come as a stun to a few.
In reality, the Dutchman, with a compensation of 55 million dollars. He wins more than five times the 10 million dollars of his Red Bull partner Checo Perez.
Lewis Hamilton is the moment most elevated worker, after a few a long time topping this list, whereas Charles Leclerc is third with twofold the compensation of his Ferrari colleague Carlos Sainz, who fair won the Singapore Grand Prix.
The salaries of the 2023 Formula 1 drivers:
|Driver||Team||Estimated Earnings (in millions of dollars)|
|Max Verstappen||Red Bull||55|
|Checo Perez||Red Bull||10|
|Valtteri Bottas||Alfa Romeo||10|
|Fernando Alonso||Aston Martin||5|
|Lance Stroll||Aston Martin||2|
|Guanyu Zhou||Alfa Romeo||2|
In the meanwhile, Vettel ‘threatens’ F1 comeback
The latest to have retired from Grand Prix racing was Sebastian Vettel in Abu Dhabi 2022. Now, the German has hinted at a return.
The four-time world champion leaves a small gap open for a return in the future. Nothing is impossible and the German is well aware of that.
The German explained on Sky Sports.“Will I come back? I can’t say no because you never really know what might happen”
The German was spotted at the Nurburgring recently with the RB7, the same car that Checo Perez drove at La Castellana in Madrid in the middle of the summer.
As recently as Monday, Red Bull chief advisor Helmut Marko suggested that he would not rule out the possibility of Sebastian Vettel returning to Formula 1 at a top team, though fell short of mentioning Red Bull specifically.
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