Driver’s salary: $ 30 million for all drivers? / Thread 1

Driver's salary: $ 30 million for all drivers?  / Thread 1

Those responsible for Formula 1 want to cap the driver’s salary. Teams should decide for themselves how the maximum amount is split between regular drivers and test pilots.

This year, for the first time, teams will have to adhere to a budget of $ 145 million, excluding the salaries of the top employees of each racing team, but also the wages of the Formula 1 stars. With up to $ 40 million per year estimated for the protagonist in GP Circus, only a few know how much Lewis Hamilton, Max Verstappen and company actually earn.

Franz Toast is the one who knows his way around driver fees. For a long time, the team of Skaderia Alphatauri speaks in favor of a radical salary cap for boss drivers. Last year Tyrolian made it clear in Imola: “You make too much money.” Because no spectators are allowed due to the epidemic, everyone will take less. “So I see no reason why drivers should not reduce.”

The 65-year-old team boss insisted even more and said: “You should be happy that you have this job and you can make your money.” If Toast has its way, the pilots’ wages must be less than ten million dollars. However, the new requirements should not be as strict as those of the “Gazeta dello Sport” report.

The talk amounts to $ 30 million for two regular pilots as well as reservoirs, which does not include bonus payments for World Championship point wins and GP wins, as well as income from individual marketing rights. The upper limit for driver pay is effective from 2023. Existing contracts remain unchanged.

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Bahrain-GP in Sakhir.

01. Lewis Hamilton (GB), Mercedes W12, 1: 32: 03,897 hours
02. Max Verstappen (NL), Red Bull Racing RB16B-Honda, +0,745 seconds
03. Valtteri Bottas (Fin), Mercedes W12, +37,383
04. Lando Norris (GB), McLaren MCL 35 M-Mercedes, +46,466
05. Sergio Perez (MEX), Red Bull Racing RB16B-Honda, +52,047
06. Charles Lecler (MC), Ferrari SF21, +59,090
07. Daniel Ricardo (AUS), McLaren MCL35M-Mercedes, +1: 06,004m
08. Carlos Sainz (E), Ferrari SF 21, +1: 07,100
09. Yuki Tsotoka (J), Alphatori AT02-Honda, +1: 25,692
10. Lance Stroke (CDN), Aston Martin AMR 21-Mercedes, +1: 26,713
11. Kimi Raikkonen (Fin), Alfa Romeo C41-Ferrari, +1: 28,864
12. Antonio Giovinazzi (I), Alfa Romeo C41-Ferrari, +1 round
13. Estebon Ocon (F), Alpine A521-Renault, +1 Runday
14. George Russell (GB), Williams FW43B-Mercedes, +1 Runde
15. Sebastian Vettel (D), Aston Martin AMR 21-Mercedes, +1 Runday
16. Mick Schumacher (D), Haas VF-21-Ferrari, +1 lap
outside
Pierre Galli (F), Alphtori AT02-Honda (vehicles damaged after collision)
Nicholas Latifi (CDN), Williams FW43B-Mercedes (Turbocharger)
Fernando Alonso (E), Alpine A521-Renault (Bremsen)
Nikita Mazepin (RUS), Haas VF-21-Ferrari (Accident)

Provisional formula 1 calendar 2021

March 28: Sakhir, Bahrain
18. April: Imola, Italian
02. Mai: Portimo, Portugal
09. May: Barcelona, ​​Spain
23. Never: Monte Carlo, Monaco
June 6: Baku, Azerbaijan
13. June: Montreal, Canada
27 June: Le Castellet, France
4 July: Spielberg, Austria
18 July: Silverstone, Great Britain
August 01: Budapest, Hungary
29 August: Spa, Belgium
5 September: Zandovort, Netherlands
12. September: Monza, Italian
26 September: Sochi, Russia
03 October: Singapore, Singapore
October 10: Suzuka, Japan
October 24: Austin, USA
October 31: Mexico City, Mexico
07. November: Sao Paulo, Brasilin
21. November: Melbourne, Australian
5 December: Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
12. Dezember: Yes Marina, Abu Dhabi

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