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Hamilton tops list of 2020 F1 driver salaries

Seven-time Formula 1 world champion Lewis Hamilton has been revealed as the highest-paid driver in Formula 1 in 2020, with Mercedes paying him a salary of 47 million for his services. As reported in the 2020 edition of F1 finance monitor Business Book GP – and with the caveat that bonuses and sponsorship money are not taken into account – Hamilton's place at the top comes as no surprise, and indeed is likely to increase next year with his current contract expiring at the end of the season. Behind him, the next highest-earning driver is Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel, who will see a significant drop in his current 35m salary when he leaves for Aston Martin next season. In third is...
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